Thursday, October 10, 2013

Online Education

Online course work lets you follow your dreams without upsetting the life you have worked so hard to achieve already. Many times students who choose to go back to school for their master of social work degree do so after working in the field for a few years and building a family. If that is the case for you, there is no reason to worry that pursuing an advanced degree in your field will detract from your lifestyle.

Attending the University of New England for your MSW online gives you the opportunity to achieve your MSW with convenience and without taking large chunks of time out of your busy schedule, besides studying and examinations. Reducing the need to be physically present for classes is a great relief to the traditional burden for professionals wanting to pursue a masters in their field of choice.

The University of New England's program takes place 100 percent online, so you never have to worry about trekking to a classroom after a long day of work, missing family dinners or children's activities to make sure you meet all of your course's requirements. Watch videos, send emails to professors and perform exams online.

This university program offers multiple concentrations in social work so you will not feel limited in the way you want to pursue your passion to help others through your degree. With traditional and advanced standing tracks available, social work students have a great deal of variety when pursuing your MSW.

This program will help you obtain licensure and help your future clients in a variety of ways so you can make a lasting impact in your field and in people's lives. The University of New England is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, so you know your degree will be recognized and held in esteem throughout the country. Students are accepted into this inclusive program from all around the country and all around the world.

With the vision of equitable, diverse and sustainable communities, your MSW from the University of New England will help you further your degree and understanding of your chose field. Prepare to help those with social problems, emotional problems, family issues, disabilities and other health issues, mental impairments and illnesses, domestic concerns, housing and unemployment challenges and so much more.

You will add a stock of knowledge to your natural empathy and desire to help those in need.

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