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Apply to Our MSW Program
Please use the information on this page to complete the application for the MSW Program. Be sure to follow the steps listed below in order and to completion. Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.
Steps for applying:
- Read Frequently Asked Questions
- Instructions for Letters of Reference:
- Students applying to the Advanced Standing program are required to submit three letters of reference. The three references must include one professional/volunteer letter of reference, one academic letter of reference, and one letter of reference from a Field Education Designee (Field Supervisor, Field Coordinator, or Field Director.)
Students applying to the Traditional program are required to submit three letters of reference. The three references must include two professional/volunteer letters of reference and one academic letter of reference.*The instructions for uploading and attaching the letters of reference are included in the electronic application to the Graduate School.*
- Submit Resume: Download Resume Submission Template
*Please note that resumes will not be accepted in any other format. Applicants must use the format provided.
*It is recommended but not required, that applicants register for and attend an MSW information session*
Transfer Course Equivalencies Link
Please check your transfer course equivalencies for Statistics (ST 311) and Biology (BIO 105/106, 181, 183, or 212) using the following link.
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NC State Social Work Faculty Present at CSWE APM 2018
Faculty Presentations Beecher, B., Stansbury, K., & Hall, J.K. (Nov. 10 2018). Problem gambling among older adults: Increasing skills and awareness in field education. Poster Presentation. Orlando, FL. Brigham, R., Hall, J.K., Selz-Campbell, L., & Ross, T. (Nov. 11 2018). Navigating Racism in […]
New Faculty Join Humanities and Social Sciences
NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes four new tenured or tenure-track faculty to its ranks in 2018. Their scholarship and research interests range from Chinese socio-cultural history to moral and social development in inter-group contexts and refugee and immigrant communities.