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    2019 Spring
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    MSW- Laurier 2-year online

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  1. I started the 2.5 year online program for non-BSW in May so I'm in the last week of my first course. The courses are intense I'm not gonna lie. Each course is 6 weeks and you do one course at a time so they have to fit a lot of material in a short amount of time. You do have to be committed to get everything done, but I work full time and have 3 kids so it is doable.
  2. Hi, I have just started a Facebook group for the May cohort of the 2 year online MSW at Laurier. If you're interested in joining you can message me and I will invite you.
  3. I haven't started. I start in May.
  4. Last year was the first year of the program and they were very unorganized with the acceptances. The May cohort found out 2 weeks before they were supposed to start. I was accepted for this year's May cohort and found out the first week of January. Keep the faith that you will find out soon.
  5. I applied to my Master's before I have my undergrad completed and was accepted. I finish my undergrad in April and start my Master's in May. It was a conditional offer on receiving a letter from the University where I am completing my undergrad stating I have completed my requirements for graduation prior to the start of the program.
  6. Laurier does not send acceptance by mail, only email and Lori's.
  7. When you select the Master of Social Work under the admissions tab the acceptance letter shows up instead of the list of documents that you have submitted.
  8. Those of us who were accepted to Laurier were for the May cohort not September. Hope this helps your anxiety:)
  9. I was accepted into Laurier's may online cohort. My stats are: Completing my BA in Child and Youth Care in April. Currently my cumulative GPA is 3.93 (4.0 in my last 10 courses). I have been working as an educational assistant for the OCDSB since I got my diploma in Child and Youth Work in 2010. For the last 2 years I have been in an alternate high school program for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students, but I have also worked in mainstream classes and spec. ed programs for students with behaviour and mental health diagnoses. I also spent 4 years working for the special needs department of the City of Ottawa parks and rec. I have worked in and then run therapeutic rec programs for children with behaviour and mental health diagnoses and programs for children who are on the autism spectrum. My placements were with a semi-independent housing program for justice-involved youth and a day treatment school-based program for young people with mental health disorders.
  10. No it is an email only and then you accept on Loris. You have 30 days from the day you get the email to accept the offer.
  11. I have done my undergrad completely online and will doing my MSW the same way. I had access to all the writing and academic supports that are available to on-campus students over the phone or by skype. I'm assuming the same would be for graduate programs.
  12. From what I understand, because it is a part-time grad program the only way to get the funding is to first apply to OSAP. I may be misunderstanding, but it seemed all the internal scholarship options were only available to full-time students.
  13. Hey, My Loris has updated now because I got the official email from fgps. I guess the one last night from our enrollment advisors were just to let us know we were in.
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