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Master of Social Work - Graduate Program

 

Welcome to the Master of Social Work - MSW program at Utah State University.  Our generalist programs are designed to produce knowledgeable, accomplished and empathetic practitioners with values steeped in living with integrity, emphasizing the importance of human relationships, advocating for social justice, honoring the dignity and worth of people, and practicing with competence. We offer an assortment of program schedules to better accommodate the diverse student body that hope to use their MSW to be the change in their communities. 

  • Full-time, offered in Logan, UT: one-year (advanced standing) program for those with a Bachelor's of Social Work (BSW) or two-year program for those with other bachelor's degrees offered in Logan, UT.
  • Part-time, offered at Statewide Campuses throughout Utah: 1.5 year (advanced standing) program for those with a BSW or three-year part time for those with other bachelor's degrees offered at Statewide Campuses throughout Utah.

Learn more about the best program for you and apply now to be the change!  Visit one of our upcoming recruitment events!

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 Additional Information: 


Program Accreditation
MSW Student Manual
School of Graduate Studies
Changing from full-time to part-time status and/or sites
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Professional Behavior, Policies and Procedures
Student Standards of Conduct
Social Work Program History, Mission and Philosophy 

USU’s Social Work programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and consequently meet licensure requirements in all 50 states. States differ in their licensing processes and students are encouraged to become familiar with these processes when pursuing licensure in a particular state.