The online M.S.W. program welcomes new students three times a year—in fall, spring, and summer. Each term comprises two eight-week sessions. This provides a more manageable balance of coursework and field education, especially for students who choose to enroll in full-time M.S.W. study, because students take two courses in each eight-week session during the semester. Our online M.S.W. program combines the best of both worlds, where you will meet weekly with your professor and classmates in interactive synchronous sessions as well as pace your own learning with asynchronous course content.
For more information
Contact Patricia Heard, senior director of online education, at 914-367-3022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Fieldwork Practicum is an integral part of Fordham University's master of social work (M.S.W.) degree and uniquely prepares you for your career as a social work professional.
The two-year Field Instruction consists of 18 credits:
- A weekly fieldwork placement internship
- Two-hour long Integrative Seminar classes scheduled over four semesters
Field placements take place in various agency settings. Supervision is provided by a field instructor who has a master of social work degree at the agency.
Field placement include a minimum of 15 hours per week.
For additional field instruction resources, please visit our website.