Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work program offers a unique blend of professional and experienced faculty, an excellent social work curriculum with a strong liberal arts base, and a wide range of opportunities for fieldwork and practical experience.
Loyola University Chicago offers one of the few combined BSW/MSW degree programs in the United States that allows full-time students to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree in social work in just five years.
Many first-year MSW requirements are completed during the student's undergraduate years, therefore the MSW degree portion of the program, conferred through Loyola's School of Social Work, can be completed in much less time than normally required to earn an MSW in social work.
- Prepare for a career in social services, including child welfare, community mental health, drug/alcohol rehabilitation, and developmental disabilities.
- Earn real-world experience and professional connections through curriculum-based fieldwork.
- Graduate from an established, accredited BSW program with a 100-year history of excellence in social work education.
- The MSW experience increases career mobility and gives a broader range of job prospects.
- Make professional connections and gain experience through an internship at one of more than 1,000 partner agencies.
- Take advantage of student loans, scholarships, and career assistance resources available at Loyola.