Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
A small, student-centered program with individualized faculty-student
One of the select MSW programs in the nation that prepares
students for "advanced generalist" practice-including working
in clinical, administration, and community settings
A multi-racial/multi-gender faculty with expertise in serving
culturally and socially diverse populations
An advanced standing program for students with an accredited
BSW degree that can be completed in one calendar year.
A variety of financial aid opportunities available for both
full- and part-time students.
A special commitment to American Indians with strong
linkages to the American Indian Community and specialized
Scholarship and educational opportunities for students focusing
on child welfare and clinical practice.
A wide selection of excellent internship opportunities.
Upper north woods location in urban area of 100,000 people,
with excellent recreational and cultural activities and medium-size
An outstanding, dynamic and dedicated faculty who are involved
in scholarly pursuits, practice and community service.
Classes offered on Thursday and Friday to allow time for
work or field placements on other days.
Course work to meet the educational requirements
for becoming a clinical social worker.