Granted By: Indiana University
Academic Unit: IU School of Social Work
Overview: You can take advantage of first-class teaching, research, and cultural resources and feel confident that your degree will be respected and recognized across the country and the world. The Indiana University School of Social Work is proud to be the nations' oldest university social work education program. The School of Social Work offers programs leading to an Associates Degree in Human Services, BSW, MSW, or Ph.D. degree. The BSW and MSW programs include a substantial Field Education component and are fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the accrediting organization for undergraduate and master's level professional social work education. Please visit the program links for descriptions and admission information specific to each degree program.