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Graduate Studies

Social Work

Master of Social Work

The UW Green Bay Master of Social Work Program seeks to prepare students for advanced practice social work across a variety of fields of practice. The Program emphasizes social justice, advocacy, leadership and social work with, and on behalf of, vulnerable families.

To apply for admissions to the UW Green Bay MSW Program follow this link:


  • Advanced Generalist Practice with an Individualized Area of Emphasis Option

This program offers full and part time options.

For detailed information and requirements for admission, credits, and courses for this degree, please visit:

Students with undergraduate degrees other than social work are admitted to the Foundation program; those who hold qualifying undergraduate degrees from a CSWE-accredited bachelor of social work program are admitted to the Advanced program. Advanced students must enroll in two required summer courses prior to the fall semester.

Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or better and a minimum of a "C" grade in each course.

Matriculated graduate students must complete all requirements for the MSW degree within five years.

Each student, in consultation with an MSW Program advisor, must develop an individual plan of study to satisfy the requirements of the degree program.