Master Degree Programs

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Master in Social Work

All MSW programs at Michigan State University are fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). All provide the academic courses and field experiences required to develop the ten core social work competencies identified by CSWE and the social work practice community. The primary focus of the MSW Program is preparation for foundation and advanced practice in clinical social work (micro-level interventions) and organization and community practice (macro-level interventions). The generalist foundation prepares students for practice through development of the ten core competencies at the beginning or basic level, through course and field experiences
http://www.socialwork.msu.edu/

At University Center Gaylord, students have access to a state-of-the-art computer learning and research laboratory. Class offerings are taught through a variety of methods such as in-class lecture, interactive television courses and Internet on-line courses. Technical training is provided “hands-on” in technical labs. Through the various colleges, students receive full career and employment services.

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Master in Social Work (MSW)
Contact Tina Blaschke-Thompson 517 432 2249 or blaschke@m