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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Will the Master of Social Work degree at the University of Michigan qualify me for certification and/or licensing for social workers in my state?

    Yes, the MSW from Michigan will meet the educational requirement to achieve the first level of licensing or certification available in your state. Typically, you must also pass an examination. Our graduates have an excellent record for passing the exams held Press enter to read full text...

  2. Will there be readings/assignments between sessions of the Sexual Health Certificate Program?

    Yes, there are assignments, but these vary based on the course content and the instructors' preference. All online courses require successful completion of a post-test/quiz in addition to any other assignments.

  3. Will this program prepare me to work as a school social worker?

    The classes needed for school social work certification will be available starting in Winter 2023.

  4. Would I be able to apply for a job where a Social Work degree is preferred after completing the MasterTrack Certificate program?

    This could be possible, however, the MasterTrack Certificate is not equivalent to an MSW degree.

  5. Would I be able to start the MasterTrack MSW part-time and switch to full-time residentially? Or vice versa?

    This may be possible. You would need to email to inquire more about this.

  6. Would it be okay for me to attend just one class rather than enrolling in the entire University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program?

    No. The Sexual Health Certificate Program is a cohort-style program, and participants matriculate together and remain together throughout the program. Program courses are not available as separate individual courses.

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