Social Work: Practice, Policy and Research MicroMasters
A Pathway Towards A Master’s of Social Work
Create positive change in your community. With the Social Work: Practice, Policy and Research MicroMasters will equip you and learners from around the world with a framework to understand social work core theories and practices. The program covers a broad scope of issues that social workers face, including practice techniques, research driven methods, social policy, evaluation, social justice and diversity.
The Social Work MicroMasters can lead you to a certificate, advance your career and accelerate your progress through the master’s program upon admission into the School of Social Work.
As the top-ranked social work program in the nation for the past 10 years, the University of Michigan School of Social Work’s mission is to foster progressive change at a local, national and global level by providing a rich, rigorous and engaged education to students and practitioners. Our world class faculty share their research-based and diverse expertise. Below we answer common questions about the Social Work MicroMasters:
The verified certificate for the first course, SW101x, costs $49. The verified certificates for SW504x, SW521x, SW522x, SW530x and SW560x each cost $199. This adds up to a total cost of $1044 (untaxed) for the MicroMasters credential.
A verified certificate will be received for each course you complete in a MicroMasters if you are signed up as a verified student. After completing all courses and a final exam/capstone, you will receive the MicroMasters credential.