MSW Online ASAP
CONVENIENT. FLEXIBLE. AFFORDABLE.
Ohio State’s MSW Program is ranked 9th among public universities, and now it’s available online. This is the same curriculum, with the same rigor, but with the convenience, flexibility and affordability you’re looking for. The Advanced Standing Alternative Program (ASAP) is for students who have earned a Bachelor of Social Work within the last five years. You can complete our online ASAP degree in one year full-time or two years part-time. The online ASAP program is designed for students who are interested in a Mental Health and Substance Abuse or Child and Youth Services specializations, both of which will allow you to work in a variety of fields.
Why our ASAP?
- Among the most-affordable online MSW programs in Ohio
- Online options allow you to earn the top-notch Ohio State degree, without having to travel to campus
- Online learning paired with hands-on field experience in your community
- Distinguished faculty with extensive professional experience who have tailored our online courses to fit our students
- A variety of synchronous sessions that connect students with professors and classmates
- All synchronous sessions are recorded and alternative assignments available for your convenience
- Convenient, online application with rolling admissions, which means your application will be reviewed immediately
- No GRE required
- Fully accredited
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment within the social work field is expected to grow 12% from 2014 to 2024. Now is the perfect time for you to take the next step to advance your career.
Because you are considering an online academic program that leads to a professional license, it is highly recommended you contact the appropriate licensing agency where you plan to receive instruction before beginning your academic program. SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement) does not provide reciprocity for state professional licensing requirements. Academic programs and individual graduates must meet standards set by that state’s licensure requirements in order for a graduate to be eligible for a license.