TWU - UNT M.S.W. Joint Degree Program
ATTENTION: The Dec. 5 Application Information Session has been CANCELLED due to TWU campus closure. TWU is closed Wednesday, Dec. 5 to honor the death of President George H. W. Bush.
The Master of Social Work degree is one of the most highly recognized degrees in health and human services, opening the door for employment opportunities in health care, child and family services, mental health and a variety of other exciting career fields.
Both Texas Woman's University (TWU) and the University of North Texas (UNT) have had continually accredited, strong Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree programs since the mid-1970s. These two B.S.W. programs have worked closely together for decades and see the joint M.S.W. as a continuation and deepening of this relationship. Students who join this program will be able to take advantage of the resources available at both universities and will benefit from the breadth of experience among the faculty and the robust community connections they hold throughout the North Texas area.
Graduates of the program will receive a degree jointly awarded by both universities.
Application Information Sessions
November 14 - 3-5 pm UNT Campus Environmental Science Building Room #125
December 5 - 3-5 pm TWU Campus ***CANCELLED*** TWU is closed Wednesday, Dec. 5 to honor the death of President George H. W. Bush.
January 23 - 3-5 pm UNT Campus TBA
February 6 - 3-5 pm TWU Campus ACT 501
Please reserve a spot if you wish to attend by emailing email@example.com.
Submit your materials now to be considered for the program. Apply by Feb. 15 for priority consideration. If space is available, applications will be accepted through June 1st, 2019.