The DSW program is available at two Tulane University campuses: New Orleans and the Gulf Coast (Biloxi, Miss.). Both locations offer an identical course of study taught by highly qualified Tulane instructors and visiting faculty. Additionally, DSW in MS students are supported by a local site coordinator who acts as a liaison to the main campus and offers on-the-ground assistance with academic and administrative matters.
DSW in MS Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a School of Continuing Studies program? No. While the DSW in MS is housed in Tulane's School of Continuing Studies campuses in Mississippi, it is a fully accredited, full enrollment doctoral program operated by The School of Social Work. Degrees are conferred by The School of Social Work.
Who teaches DSW in MS classes? Classes are taught by faculty from Tulane's School of Social Work, as well as visiting faculty from other major universities.
Will I have to travel between New Orleans and Mississippi to complete my coursework? No. The DSW in MS operates exclusively at Tulane's Gulf Coast campus in Biloxi. Students may choose to travel to New Orleans for special events or cross-cohort gatherings, but all courses will meet in Mississippi.
What does the DSW in MS program cost? Tuition for the DSW program is the same in both locations. For more information, please look at the current tuition rates.
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