Admission Steps

Social Work (Four Corners Advanced Standing Program) - MSW

Admission Requirements

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    Application Materials

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    Questions:
    1. Rationale: Identify significant factors that influenced your decision to pursue a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree and how you intend to use it in the future. (1 page)
    2. Social Work Values and Ethics: Describe your understanding of the social work profession and its core values. Compare your own values with the professional social work values, any potential value based or ethical conflicts you might experience and how you plan to address or reconcile these conflicts (whether it be in the classroom, field, in future practice, or in any other areas). (1 page)
    3. Personal & Professional Attributes and Liabilities: Describe any cultural, economic, or social challenges and opportunities that have provided you with a unique perspective about social work issues. What insights have you gained from these experiences about how to maintain professional judgment and performance during times of distress? (1 page)
    4. Employment and Volunteer Experiences: Discuss the relationship between your educational, employment, and volunteer experiences and what qualities equip you for the social work profession. Describe your experiences and feelings about working with populations different from your own. (1 page)
    5. Work Life Balance: Explain your plan for managing your graduate education. Consider how you will balance work, family and other responsibilities with the required courses, homework, and internship responsibilities. (1 page)
    6. Optional: Please address any special academic or other considerations that you would like GSSW to consider in the review of your application.

    Résumé

    Résumé Instructions

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