Non-Matriculated Students are limited to taking up to 9 credits (3 courses maximum) without being matriculated in the MSW program. Only the following three courses are open to non-matriculated students, space permitting: SWO 501 (Multicultural Social Work), SWO 504 (Social Welfare Policy I), and SWO 505 (Social Work Research I). Non-matriculated students taking graduate courses in the MSW program must have completed a baccalaureate degree. Non-matrics can generally register for classes in the latter part of November for spring semester and the latter part of April for fall semester. Please contact the School of Social Work by calling 207-780-4120.
School of Social Work
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