There is no more exciting time to be part of the renowned Tulane School of Social Work or of the intriguing city of New Orleans than at this moment. Fully accredited by the Council of Social Work Education and ranked in the top 40 schools of social work in the country, Tulane School of Social Work offers a "clinical-community" curriculum based on relationship-centered practice. This course of study is designed to offer the best of class in clinical and community training that addresses the unique needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Students in the program enjoy a variety of learning experiences, including traditional and non-traditional class experiences. Team projects, problem-based learning, creative simulation, team teaching, field work, and electronic learning exchanges are just some of the enriching experiences you will enjoy while fulfilling the requirements for the Master of Social Work.
You may complete the required 60-hour class and field curriculum through three options:
1. Full-time 16-month program over four semesters: fall, spring, summer, and final fall semester
2. Part-time program over eight semester include two summer semesters
3. Joint degree programs with the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (MSW/MPH) and the Tulane Law School (MSW/JD)
The full-time MSW program requires 15 credit hours per semester over 16 consecutive months for a total of 60 credit hours. Each student completes 15-credit hours of field practicum, which equates to three semesters of 330 hours of actual field work each semester.
Our part-time program spans 32 consecutive months or eight semesters for a total of 60 credit hours. Each student completes 15-credit hours of field practicum, which equates to six semesters of 165 hours of actual field work each semester.
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