Founded in 1914, Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work educates students to become leaders in the profession. Within a learning community dedicated to excellence in scholarship and service, students select a curriculum focused in clinical, organizational, community, and social justice issues.

Social Work
Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor (certificate)    apply
Divinity/Social Work (MDiv/MSW) Program Outcomes apply
Empowering Women: South Asian Women and Girls   apply
Non-Degree   apply
Professional Educator License: School Social Worker (endorsement, formerly Type 73 Certificate)    apply
Public Service Leadership (MA)   apply
School Mental Health Advanced Practice (certificate)   apply 
Social Work (MSW, Advanced Standing, Evening, Bilingual Online,  PhD) Program Outcomes apply
Social Work/Children's Law and Policy (MSW/MJ) Program Outcomes apply
Social Work/Law (MSW/JD) Program Outcomes  apply 
Social Work/Public Health (MSW/MPH)    apply
Social Work/Social Justice (MSW/MA) Program Outcomes apply
Social Work/Women's Studies and Gender Studies (MSW/MA) Program Outcomes apply