Master of Social Work
The MSW Program
The MSW Program at Indiana State University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and has a focus on clinical rural social work practice. The Program received its initial accreditation in 2012 and was reaffirmed in November 2019.
Students who have earned a BSW degree from a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited program, those recognized through its International Social Work Degree Recognition and Evaluation Service, or covered under a memorandum of understanding with international social work accreditors, may be eligible to apply for advanced standing.
The part-time master's program in Social Work can be completed in a maximum of four (4) calendar years.
- Assessment Outcomes
The Department of Social Work at Indiana State University is committed to contributing to the profession of social work through teaching, research, community service, and continuing educational opportunities. The focus of the graduate program (Master of Social Work) is on the promotion of social, economic, and environmental justice and on the development of competent and skilled clinical social work professionals who are prepared to work with rural populations.
Application Deadline - Now Accepting MSW Applications for the Regular Program
- 2 year Full-time and 4 year Part-time 60 hour program
- Admission Criteria
- Admission Process
- Application for Admission
- Advanced Standing
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Jennifer Todd, MSW Program Director