M.A. in Nonprofit Organizations
Institute for Nonprofit Organizations
Dual Degree Programs
Welcome to the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at the University of Georgia. Students leave our program as competent and creative social workers ready for advanced practice. The MSW program at Georgia is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The U.S. News & World Report ranks our program 37th among 206 advanced social work degree programs in the country.
We invite motivated and dedicated students who want to work for positive social change to apply to our program.
The MSW program offers two concentration areas:
Full-Time Program: a four-semester program that begins each fall; Athens campus
Part-Time Program: afternoon and evening classes for eight semesters, including summers; UGA Gwinnett Campus
Advanced Standing Program: three-semester program for recent BSW graduates that begins in the fall and continues through the end of the summer term
For details on course requirements for the above programs, see the Programs of Study section of the MSW Program Student Handbook.
If you have questions about the program, at email@example.com. Plan to attend an information session or come see us. The University of Georgia School of Social Work combines academic excellence and commitment to social justice within a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.