Online Bachelor of Social Work: Admission Requirements
The Social Work Program requires a formal admission process. Students apply for admission to the Social Work Program in the second semester of their sophomore year when they have completed approximately half of their course work. Students will apply for admission to the program prior to beginning the Practice courses.
The following criteria must be met to be admitted to Methodist University:
|A high school diploma or GED|
|Unofficial Transcripts – submission of a copy of all previous unofficial transcripts. This can lead to provisional acceptance. |
*Official Transcripts will also be required to remove the provisional status and receive full acceptance
|Download the BSW Program Admissions Requirements for instructions on applying to the BSW program in the sophomore year.|
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You can transfer up to 93 credits (or 75% of the program) toward your degree.
Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education.
To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at 910.212.4956.
When to Apply
Apply now or call us at 910.212.4956 to make sure you’re enrolled for your intended start date. There are three program entry points per year, and applications are due two weeks before each date. When you apply, you’ll hear back in about one to two weeks.