School of Social Work

Degrees & Programs

The Indiana University School of Social Work is dedicated to educating students to be effective and knowledgeable professional social workers prepared for practice in the twenty-first century.  Social Work practitioners are committed to the alleviation of poverty, oppression, and discrimination.  The school is dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life for all people, and to the advancement of just social, political, and economic conditions through excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service.  The school prepares social workers who will shape solutions to a wide range of interpersonal and social problems by developing and using knowledge critically as they uphold the traditions, values, and ethics of the social work profession.  Indiana University East offers the following degrees and certificates:

  • Bachelor of Social Work, BSW
  • Master of Social Work, MSW
  • Certificate in:
    • Alcohol & Drug Abuse
    • Gerontology
  • Child Welfare Scholars Program

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