These are the 14 most affordable, accredited Master of Social Work programs in the Northeast.
Feb. 23, 2016 (PRWEB) February 24, 2016
Social Work Degree Guide (SWDG) has announced the 14 Most Affordable Accredited MSW programs in the Northeast for 2016.
“We examined 129 institutions in the East that offer a Master’s in Social Work,” explained Taryn Baer, editor. “From these schools we confirmed accreditation status with the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), which is recognized by the Council for Higher Education as the nation’s only accrediting agency for social work.”
She added that, “Once we confirmed accreditation status, we narrowed our pool of schools to include only those from states in the northeast. Included in the project are all New England states, as well as Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.”
Baer said SWDG then reviewed each school’s graduate tuition and fees, as listed by NCES College Navigator. The institutions are ranked schools in order of affordability.
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For more Master’s of Social Work programs in the East, see The 36 Most Affordable Accredited MSW Programs in the South East 2016.
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#14 – Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
#13 – West Chester University of Pennsylvania
West Chester, PA
#12 – Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT
#11 – CUNY Hunter College New York
New York, NY
#10 – Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
#9 – Bridgewater State University
#8 – University of Maine
#7 – Morgan State University
#6 – Salisbury University
#5 – University of Southern Maine
#4 – Rhode Island College
#3 – Salem State University
#2 – Delaware State University
#1 – Westfield State University
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Contact: Taryn Baer, Editor
Social Work Degree Guide