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The University of Southern California School of Social Work is the first among elite research universities to offer its highly regarded Master of Social Work degree online. Available nationally through our Virtual Academic Center, the MSW@USC engages students in various web-based learning activities and hands-on, supervised traditional field instruction in local communities where they live and work. Taught by renowned faculty and leaders in the field of social work, the MSW@USC curriculum mirrors the academic rigor of the on-site program.
The USC School of Social Work offers a 35-credit advanced standing MSW program with both full-time (three semesters) and part-time (five semesters) options. Admission to the advanced standing program allows students to complete their MSW degree in less time than the traditional MSW program by waiving the first-year foundation course requirements. Students applying for this option must demonstrate their readiness to perform at the level of a second-year MSW student.
· Have more access to professors in classes that average 18 students.
· Gain access to our dynamic interactive career assistance tool, My Compass to My Career, complimentary for life.
· Pursue a degree you could earn in as few as three years with year-round classes.
DeVry University graduates…
·Report being hired within 6 months of graduation.*
·Have worked at 95 of the Fortune 100 companies.**
·Report earning 15% more.***
*In 2012, 90% of DeVry University grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field within six months of graduation. Figure based on 2012 graduates self-reporting data to DeVry University Career Services who were employed at graduation or actively seeking employment in their field after graduation. Does not include graduates who were not actively seeking employment, as determined by DeVry University Career Services, or who did not report data on employment status to DeVry University Career Services.
**DeVry University graduates from Feb 2002 to Oct 2011 in the active job market. Active job market includes those employed prior to graduation. Employment information is self-reported to DeVry by its graduates for the respective year of the Fortune 500 ranking and collected 6 months after each graduation. Fortune 500 ranking, 2012. Methodology used to rank companies can be found at money.cnn.com.
***3.Based on PayScale.com study commissioned by DeVry University. Data for the study was collected in 2012 and compared reported earnings for 2010 graduates. 73,309 bachelor's degree graduates reported earnings including 620 DeVry graduates. Self-reported information may not reflect actual earnings and may not be representative of earnings of individuals that do not supply information. Results may not be statistically significant. Comparative data includes private not-for-profit schools, private for-profit schools, and public schools.
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