Master of Social Work
Nebraska Wesleyan’s Master of Social Work program equips you to help clients integrate the impacts of past or ongoing trauma within their lives. This trauma-conscious approach prepares you to pursue clinical licensure or practitioner certification.
Nebraska’s only evening MSW program fits the schedules of working adults. Take classes just one evening per week in eight-week sessions. Combine in-person classes in Lincoln and online coursework for personal attention and flexibility.
An MSW expands the scope of practice for social workers beyond mental health practice to include policy practice and advocacy, program administration and development and community organizing. That’s why employers often prefer the Master of Social Work degree over other behavioral health degrees.
At NWU, you can choose one of two paths to your Master of Social Work degree. Both offer full and part-time options and classes begin August 2022.