Cheap online Master of Social Work (MSW)?

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  1. emmzee

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    A friend of mine is looking for an inexpensive online MSW social work degree, does such a thing exist? I have found several programs but all the ones I've seen so far are $500/credit or higher ... thanks :)
     
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    UNISA has a very inexpensive alternative but the big question you'll need to get answered is will THIS degree

    Unisa Online - Postgraduate

    satisfy the licensure requirements of your state. If the answer is no then you shouldn't even think about doing it.
     
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    Just curious if anyone here familiar with Urban sociologist? I had someone saying they want to get a sociology degree dealing with urban development. I couldn't find anything on this.
     
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    UND would be my first choice. There are several other universities that offer online social work degrees, but they're well over the cost of UND. In fact, when I was looking at pursuing social work myself (and it may still happen), that was precisely the place that I had planned on going if I had no access to a brick-and-mortar school.
     

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