The University of Michigan School of Social Work and the University of Michigan Dearborn College of Education, Health & Human Services have partnered to create a stream-lined curriculum for undergraduate on-campus Human Services students to enter the online MSW program.
Students in the full-time online program must be available for primarily day/weekday courses, as well as fieldwork during regular day/weekday hours. Students in the part-time online program will have evening/weekend courses available, but must be available for fieldwork during regular day/weekday hours.
Students admitted to the MSW Program must complete all MSW degree requirements within four years of their first term of enrollment.
Interested students must be current undergraduate students at UM-Dearborn who will declare and complete the Human Services concentration within the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Health and Human Services degree.
*Transfer students may be eligible to participate in the online MSW program.
U.S. Citizenship or U.S. Permanent Resident status required. Undocumented and DACAmented students must reside within the U.S.
For information please refer to the MSW Guide to Financial Aid. Students may apply for grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid for the semesters they are enrolled in master’s level online courses through the School of Social Work. There is no financial aid available from the School of Social Work until you enroll as a graduate student.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106