You can accelerate your career here. Our Advanced Standing option allows our MSW graduate students to bypass select courses, while giving you the knowledge and tools to advance your career.
If you have completed a bachelor’s degree in social work from an accredited Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) program within six years of your conferral, you may be eligible to waive up to 25 credit hours pending a transcript review.
Pick from two available concentrations and complete your degree in as little as two years.
Gain a competitive edge by entering the workforce faster, and with more opportunity for career advancement.
Enhance the wellbeing of all people with an MSW degree designed for those with a BSW.
Choose what works best for your life and schedule.
With advanced standing, earn Erikson credentials in a streamlined program.
Lean into Erikson’s comprehensive career advancement support.
Gain a professional toolkit so you can be your most effective. Learn resilience and healthy professional practices alongside experienced practitioners.
Collaborate with our nationally recognized faculty, build a respected network of field experts, and learn from the field’s leading voices.
Each concentration allows you to delve deep into a key area of child development. You’ll build a toolkit of new skills to help you thrive in this demanding field.
Learn how to support children, adolescents, and adults through evidence-based and developmentally appropriate interventions and strategies. Available Online and Campus.
Find out how to support the mental, emotional, and physical health and development of children from birth to age 5 and their families. Available Online and Campus.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT & SCHOLARSHIP OPTIONS
With dozens of scholarships and financial aid opportunities, our team is here to help you make your graduate education more affordable.
Based on your unique professional goals, we can help you understand tuition and expenses, and identify possible financial support opportunities.
Applications received by March 15th (for Fall) and November 15th (for Spring) will receive primary consideration for scholarship awards.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions.
Seven generalist courses (19 credits) as long as you received a B or better in the course: