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About the Indiana University School of Social Work #

Graduates of the Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW) go on to promote social and economic justice at every level-from providing for the well-being of others to shaping social and economic policies. Since 1911, the school has been dedicated to developing competent, caring professionals who are qualified to assume leadership roles in social work practice, and who strive to enrich the lives of the people they touch. The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredits the Master of Social Work program at Indiana University (continuously since 1923).

Whether you want to begin a career in social work, or are preparing for an advanced leadership role in practice, research, or policy development-Indiana University School of Social Work sets the standards for innovative and inspired social work education. In addition to social work, the School also serves as the home of the university’s Labor Studies Program. With more than 60 years of leadership in the field of Labor Studies and labor education, Indiana University continues to pioneer innovative and quality educational opportunities in this field.

Student benefits #

  • A variety of experiences based on areas of personal interest and of importance to society
  • Excellent library and technology resources to help students access valuable social science information for application in their practice
  • Highly developed critical, analytical, and problem-solving skills so they are prepared to handle new and unforeseen social work challenges