Welcome to the Wurzweiler School of Social Work's admissions page. Our MSW program prepares students for advanced social work practice in casework/clinical settings, group work or community organization. The PhD program, designed for working social work professionals, further their education for scholarly and creative leadership in a wide variety of fields.
By coming here, you've just taken the first step toward changing your world. Prepare yourself to be one of those people who make a difference: prepare yourself to be one of us.
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See below for the information you need to apply. If you have any questions, contact the Wurzweiler Office of Admissions at 212.960.0810 or email@example.com.
Please note that to be considered for the MSW/PhD program, students must apply also for the PhD program after completing the first semester of the MSW program.
Before you get started, please keep in mind that admission to the Master of Social Work (MSW) program is determined by the quality of the entire application and by a personal interview.
To apply for admission, you must meet the following requirements:
Wurzweiler does not grant credit for volunteer work or life experience.
The Wurzweiler School of Social Work has rolling admissions. Applicants are currently submitting applications and receiving decisions for Block, fall and spring MSW programs.
After those priority dates, we will continue to accept applications only as space is available.
Before you apply to our MSW degree program, you must complete and submit the following:
To stay informed or for further information, please fill out this inquiry form.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ISRAELI APPLICANTS TO THE BLOCK PROGRAM (PDF)
Admission to the PhD in Social Welfare program at Wurzweiler is determined by the quality of the entire application, as well as by two/three personal interviews when feasible.
Application materials are held and are treated with confidentiality. It is shared only with those persons directly concerned with our admissions process.
Applicants deficient in statistics will be required to take a prerequisite course, Fundamentals in Statistics, before an admission decision can be made. Any required prerequisite course work taken will not count toward the 60 credits for the PhD.
Applicants are advised to begin the application process in the fall semester prior to the year in which they wish to enroll. For the academic year, admission is on a rolling basis through April 29. Any applications received after the April 29 date will be considered for the following academic year.
The application process and requirements for the PhD program are extensive, but don't be intimidated. This is a major step in your life, and we want to make sure you're fully prepared. Please review the instructions below and if you have any questions, contact the Doctoral Office at 212.960.0813 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A decision regarding admission will be made as shortly as feasible thereafter; admission is rotating and on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please note: The interviewing process for the upcoming academic year will begin in October.
Students are admitted only for the fall semester. There are only a limited number of places available in each entering class. After these places are filled, a waiting list is established. Interested persons should apply as early as possible.
For more information about our program or to schedule an admissions interview, please contact the Doctoral Office at 212.960.0813 or email@example.com.
Here are a few easy steps to remember when applying to Wurzweiler:
You can contact the Wurzweiler Office of Admissions at 212.960.0810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yeshiva University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in admission and other facets of its educational programs and activities. The University encourages applications from qualified students of diverse backgrounds without regard to sex, religion, age, race, sexual preference, handicap, color, or national origin, within the meaning of applicable law.
If you are a prospective student who would like to visit our campus, please call 212.960.0800 or email us.
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