Loyola University Chicago

School of Social Work

MSW at Carthage College

Established in 1914, Loyola's School of Social Work offers a premier clinical social work program with a comprehensive focus on families, children, and mental health. Loyola's mission is to educate students to understand the diversity of the community and to respond to human needs within that context.

The Loyola MSW at Carthage represents the best of both worlds: a large university's faculty and curriculum and a small college's service and responsiveness. The program prepares students with the skills needed to work behalf of individuals, families, and small groups in a variety of settings. The program is available in a traditional format, which can be completed in 26 months, and an advanced standing format which can be completed in 14 months. Fieldwork is also a critical component to the program, giving students professional experience in a social work setting.

Program benefits

  • Classes at Carthage's Kenosha campus on the shores of Lake Michigan
  • Classes meet on Saturdays, usually on a weekly basis
  • Study as part of a small cohort of professionals
  • Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Explore the Program

Next Steps