The online/hybrid MSW program at San Jose State University (SJSU) is a two year, part-time, masters of social work program with both asynchronous and synchronous coursework. Students enrolled in this social work program can expect to take 2-3 classes per session throughout the year. Each course may range from three to 11 weeks - depending on the subject matter. The first year’s curriculum focuses on foundational coursework while the second focused on advanced classes with the chosen specialization in mind. The online/hybrid MSW at SJSU required 1,200 field placement hours, 600 hour per year.
Disclaimer: Currently the online/hybrid MSW program at San Jose State University is only accepting California students and residents.
San Jose State University Hybrid MSW Program: Overview
Please take a minute and read our disclaimers page as licensing requirements for social workers vary by state. Prospective students should check with their state’s social work licensing board and speak with an admissions counselor about state specific requirements before applying to a program.