The MSW Program at CUNY York College is diverse, equitable, and inclusive and equips urban health scholars to soar and transform lives.
The MSW Program at CUNY York College is dedicated to the fundamental principle that social work is a value-based profession which frames our professional actions, and attitudes, helping us to shape a more equitable world for humanity.
CSWE’s Commission on Accreditation is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation as the sole accrediting agency for social work education in the United States and its territories.
Practicum education is considered the social work "signature" pedagogy. It integrates your course work with practicum education learning experiences purposefully and cohesively.
York graduate social work information sessions are available to help you consider the critical decision and benefits of pursuing your academic journey.
NYS Mandated Training Related to Child Abuse course is required to help prepare MSW scholars for licensure exams.
The MSW Program at CUNY York College offers two-degree full-time program structures: (a) 1-year Advanced Standing Program, (b) 2-year Program and a (c) 4-year part-time program. Evening and weekend classes are designed to fit into your busy professional and personal life.
The MSW Program at CUNY York College offers a variety of opportunities for MSW scholars to participate in formulating and modifying policies affecting academic and student affairs and to organize events around their interests.
York College of The City University of New York awards a variety of scholarships and certificates annually to MSW scholars who demonstrate academic excellence and achievement.
York College, CUNY offers a host of support services and learning resources to help enhance the academic process of scholars.
Masters in Social Work Tuition and Fees.
The MSW Leadership Club of York College of the City University of New York was established by graduate social work scholars in 2020.