NEW Online MSW
  • Start this February 17, 2019 (Next start date is October 2019)
  • 8-week units (2 at a time)
  • 100% online
  • Limited seats are available

For more information or to apply, call 716-566-7876 or email

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The Master of Social Work (MSW) program is a full-time, two-year, 60 credit hour curriculum. We also offer a full-time, one year, 30-33 credit hour advanced standing curriculum for qualified individuals. Both the two-year and advanced standing programs are designed to train students for advanced clinical social work practice with children and families. After the completion of this program, students are prepared to take state licensing examinations at the Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) level.

Program Highlights

  • Daemen's Master of Social Work program is a CSWE-accredited program.
  • 100% of MSW job seekers secured full-time employment before 2018 graduation.
  • With an exceptionally favorable student-to-instructor ratio, Daemen’s learning environment provides an individualized and personal approach to learning.
  • Our program provides a unique curricular design which allows for interdisciplinary collaboration with allied programs such as the Master of Public Health (MPH) program, Executive Leadership and Change, and other graduate programs.
  • Courses are held in afternoons, evenings, and weekends for working students.
  • Graduate students will have the opportunity to build and strengthen their research skills through community-based projects and work with faculty on specialized research.
  • Graduate students working toward an MSW degree are eligible for a 30% tuition discount.
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About Our Program

MSW Program course offerings are sequenced requiring new students to begin during the Fall semester.

Additional Information

Aishah Rudolph

Master of Social Work (MSW)

I gained incredible skills and knowledge during my undergraduate program at Daemen, and knew I'd get the same incredible results enrolled in Daemen’s MSW program.

For more information, contact MSW Program Director,
at or call 716-566-7884.