The Departments of Social Work at  NCA&T and UNC Greensboro  jointly offer two graduate programs in social work:

Students are  immersed in our rich tradition of multiculturalism, social justice, and community-engaged scholarship. This unique relationship between our two universities produces social workers, scholars, activists, and researchers.

Graduate student reading book to children

Master of Social work

The Master in Social Work (M.S.W.) represents a unique collaboration between NC A&T and UNC Greensboro. The program curriculum prepares you for multicultural clinical practice.

This innovative program flows from a multicultural history and models collaboration between the two universities.

Doctor of Philosophy in Social work

The Ph.D. in Social Work is built on the cornerstones of diversity, multicultural responsiveness, and community engagement.

It is offered by two richly historic universities in North Carolina. One a Historically Black College, NC A&T, and the other, the historical women’s college, now UNC Greensboro.

Student practicing social work

Our students are full members of both Universities

  • Take classes on both campuses.
  • Are taught by faculty from both schools.
  • Have library and parking privileges on both campuses.
  • Study at each campus and have access to the full range of instructional and research support available at both universities.
  • Are granted a degree jointly by both universities – diplomas have the seals of both schools.

Our Programs at a Glance

Degree NameDegree TypeOnline
Social WorkM.S.W.In-Person (Joint with NC A&T)
Social WorkPh.DIn-Person (Joint with NC A&T)