Earn your master's in social work from a top-ranked accredited M.S.W. program.
Social work is your calling. Be the change needed to help improve lives, stand up to injustices and prevent social problems. Study at North Dakota's only M.S.W. program.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 1-2 years (on-campus or online concentration) or 3 years (online foundation)
- Credit hours:
- 36 (on-campus or online concentration) or 60 (online foundation)
Why earn a master's degree in social work?
Master's in Social Work Online or On-Campus
The Advanced Generalist emphasis prepares you for all practice settings, including clinical social work. You will be prepared to provide advanced social services and develop the skills needed for advanced positions.
We provide financial support to qualified students who commit to working in an approved child welfare agency in North Dakota upon graduation.
Get involved with our national award-winning Student Social Work Association or Phi Alpha, the social work honor society.
UND is home to the Children and Family Services Training Center, providing research and training with a strong rural focus. The Center certifies all new child welfare workers and all North Dakota foster parents.
Internships are available in various agencies and include training to provide vital services in rural communities.
Participate in the web-based Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS) for experienced child welfare supervisors. Most participants live and work in rural areas with limited access to training.
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