New Master of Social Work Program to Begin This Fall at Johnson C. Smith University

JcsubluesealHistorically Black Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, has been approved by the Council on Social Work Education to begin offering a master of social work degree program.

The university plans to enroll students this coming fall in a two-year program for students with a bachelor’s degree. Classes for the graduate degree program will be held in the evenings and on weekends for the convenience of employed students.

In 2015, the Council on Social Work Education will conduct an on-site evaluation of the program with the hope that at that time, full accreditation will be awarded.

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