Shape Your Passion into Purpose with the Wurzweiler Online MSW
Since its inception, the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University has conferred more than 7,000 master’s degrees and watched proudly as our graduates went on to become clinicians, researchers, professors, administrators and even legislators. Each graduating class has further solidified our ranking as a leading U.S. school of social work, allowing us to continuously attract qualified new students who are committed to their social work calling.
Be Admitted to a Leading University for Social Work Professionals
Our Admissions Advisors are waiting to guide you through the initial stages of your graduate journey. Whether you’re in need of tuition assistance or have questions related to military student support, we are here to help structure the program solutions that will enrich your student experience and help you become the social worker you hope to be.
Admissions that Prepare You for What's Ahead
Preparing to work with individuals, families, community establishments and government entities demands discipline and a desire to excel in challenging endeavors. Our application process and admissions requirements are designed to make our online Master of Social Work (MSW) program accessible to those with the drive to succeed while preparing you for the academic and professional challenges to come.
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Take Advantage of Financial Aid
For those with the will to succeed and serve, we are proud to offer competitive tuition rates and opportunities for financial aid. If you believe you may need assistance paying for the online MSW program, we encourage you to explore your options for payment plans.
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International Applicants are Welcome at Wurzweiler
With current students from over 60 countries, including Israel, Canada, France, Japan, China and India, we recognize the importance of accommodating international applicants and are pleased to assist you with questions related to student sponsorship, faculty and cohort engagement and additional documentation requirements.
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