New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work in partnership with Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell offers council on social work education accredited M.S.W. program in southeastern New Mexico.
Cassandra Carrillo, LCSW
MAIN CENTER 575-624-7457
P.O. Box 6000
Roswell, N.M. 88202-6000
Program offices are located on the ENMU-Roswell campus and offer evening and weekend classes at Eastern New Mexico University.
Get Your Degree Locally
These academic programs provide an opportunity for students to attend class without having to come to Highlands’ Las Vegas campus.
All Highlands on-site courses are offered in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate the working community. Each semester, Highlands University offers M.S.W. courses using live instruction, interactive television and E-Courses to New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, and Clovis Community College. Sequential Course Mapping Highlands’ course schedules are on a two-year rotational sequence, which enables students to map out their educational goals for the future.
Distance Education Courses
Highlands also offers distance education courses through electronic communication for students interested in social work degrees. A minimum number of 10 M.S.W. students are required in order of offer live instruction at each site. Classes meet once a week in the evenings or weekends to accommodate working students and are taught by Highlands faculty or professional social workers from the community.
Who Can Apply?
Students who have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university may apply for the part-time seven semester master of social work degree (M.S.W.). All courses are taught either by Highlands faculty or adjuncts from the professional social workers in the community.
- Academic Petition
- Admission Application (Undergraduate)
- Colorado Residency Waiver
- Complete School Withdrawal
- Course Substitution (Graduate)
- Course Substitution (Undergraduate)
- Graduation Application
- Transcript Request
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