The Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) at the University of Denver is ranked #17 on U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 list and CSWE-accredited.
With a focus on social justice, the MSW@Denver curriculum will teach you to advocate for individuals, families and communities impacted by oppression and prepare you for a career that creates social change.
- Focus your studies on advanced interventions and trauma-informed care through a concentration in Mental Health and Trauma or on the mind-body connection and integrative approaches to health care through a concentration in Health and Wellness.
- Earn an MSW in as few as 18 months with the advanced standing program, if you have obtained a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) at any point in time.
- Apply what you learn in the classroom and work alongside an experienced social worker at internships in your community.
- Access coursework and classes in our online campus, which you can connect to from a computer, tablet or mobile phone.
- Develop personal relationships with dedicated faculty who are experts in their practice areas and show a true interest in your growth and success.
GRE scores are not required to apply to MSW@Denver.
Scholarships of up to $10,000 are available for students who are admitted and enroll in the MSW@Denver program.
Request information to learn more about the program and scholarship opportunities.
We also offer our MSW program at three campus locations: Denver, Durango and Glenwood Springs. Learn more.