Donette C. Considine, PhD, LCSW
MSW Program Director and Associate ProfessorView Full Bioof Donette C. Considine, PhD, LCSW
Lisa Gray, PhD, LCSW
Assistant Professor, Social WorkView Full Bioof Lisa Gray, PhD, LCSW
Mininder (Mimi) Sodhi, PhD, LCSW
Assistant Professor, Social WorkView Full Bioof Mininder (Mimi) Sodhi, PhD, LCSW
Ruth Gerritsen-McKane, PhD, LCSW
MSW Field Education Director / Associate ProfessorView Full Bioof Ruth Gerritsen-McKane, PhD, LCSW
Online Master of Social Work
Social workers serve on the front lines creating change for individuals and communities. The 100% online Master of Social Work from Regis College can help put you in a position to impact the future of countless people, fight for social change and policy reform, and achieve your goal of promoting the greater good.
Our online MSW curriculum is offered in a Traditional 60-credit track, as well as an Advanced Standing 30-credit track for students who already have a BSW from a CSWE-accredited program. Our curriculum specializes in clinical social work practice.
- Graduate with strong clinical social work skills
- Learn how to work with individuals, families, and groups
- Prepare to sit the LCSW exam
Why choose Regis for your online Master of Social Work?
Our 100% online MSW is offered through the Regis College School of Health Sciences and has been designed for those interested in beginning a new career in social work or growing in their current role.
3 start times
Complete in 4 to 8 semesters
A requirement for the
Advanced and Traditional Tracks
The MSW program at Regis College prepares students to become an integral part of the social service delivery system and practice as advanced clinical social workers employing evidence-based models for individuals, families, and groups.
*Because each state has its own regulations and requirements that are always evolving, it is critical to contact your state’s licensing board for current information on licensure.
Regis College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).
The MSW program is currently in candidacy for accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education’s Commission on Accreditation.