San Jose State University Hybrid MSW Program

The online/hybrid MSW program at San Jose State University (SJSU) is a two year, part-time, masters of social work program with both asynchronous and synchronous coursework. Students enrolled in this social work program can expect to take 2-3 classes per session throughout the year. The first year’s curriculum focuses on foundational coursework while the second focused on advanced classes with the chosen specialization in mind. The online/hybrid MSW at SJSU required 1,200 field placement hours, 600 hour per year.

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Disclaimer: Currently the online/hybrid MSW program at San Jose State University is only accepting California students and residents.

San Jose State University Hybrid MSW Program: Overview

DepartmentSchool of Social Work at San Jose State University

Degree Types: Traditional

Concentrations: Children, Youth, and Families or Health and Mental Health

Program Structure: Cohort based enrollment

Instruction Methods: Asynchronous online work and synchronous class times during the weekday evenings

Program Information – Traditional Students

Program Overview

  • Program Name: Master of Social Work Distance Education Programs
  • Phone Number: (408) 924-5800

Program Requirements

  • Field Education Requirements: 1,200 hours (600 hours per year)
  • Number of Credits Required: 60 Units

Program Length

  • Program Options: Part-Time
  • Program Length: Two years

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.5 GPA or better
  • GRE Scores: No GRE Required

San Jose State University’s MSW program information was last updated in March 2020. For more information, visit the university’s website above.

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