The MSW program at Pitt-Bradford offers a specialization in Direct Practice with Individuals, Families and Small Groups, with a focus in Children, Youth, and Families.
A new cohort of accepted students may start every two years, completing six credits per semester for 10 consecutive semesters. Students may complete the MSW in three and a half years. Geared towards working professionals, classes are held in the evenings at Pitt's campus in Bradford, Pa. The Pitt-Bradford MSW program shares the same academic goals, standards and requirements as the program at the Pittsburgh campus.
Students are eligible for a 15% tuition discount if they meet the following conditions:
- Students must be employed by either a non-profit or social service agency as a full-time employee for no fewer than 35 hours per week and work directly in a capacity with individuals, families, groups or communities.
- Students are not eligible for the discount if they are already receiving either tuition remission or reimbursement from Pitt or their employer.
- Verification of employment must be provided by a signed letter on agency letterhead stationary by either the CEO or human services manager/director verifying the student's employment, weekly hours worked and job title.
Stephanie Eckstrom, MSW Program Coordinator
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
233A Swarts Hall
300 Campus Drive
Bradford, Pennsylvania 16701