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Social Work

aigiqinfaigiqinf Posts: 4,027Registered User Senior Member
I'm interested in a combined MSW/PhD program in social work. I know a social-work PhD is still a research-based degree, but can anyone tell me if social-work admissions is primarily oriented toward those with a significant amount of work experience? Also, is there anything else I should be aware of?
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