Guided by our School's mission, philosophy, organizational structure, and the National Association of Social Workers' (NASW) Code of Ethics, our School offers a high-quality student-focused educational experience. Our full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, and support staff treat students as emerging colleagues and future social work professionals. Most of our BSW and MSW courses are taught by full-time faculty who engage in scholarship activities and are actively involved at the local, state, and national levels. Check out the requirements for each program and pay particular attention to how our BSW Field and MSW Field Education components are structured and the varied and rich BSW practicum and MSW practicum opportunities and MSW programs.
Guided by our Community Advisory Board, both of our fully accredited programs provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills that will help them tackle the problems that people experience in their everyday lives: violence, mental illness, drug abuse, racism, poverty, ageism, and family problems. More specifically, our BSW program prepares students to become beginning generalist social workers, and our MSW program prepares students to do advanced practice with families and children within agency-based social service settings.
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Mud Pies & Kites" at the 6th Annual ISU Documentary Project Socio-Political Film Festival Wednesday Ap. 4 at 7 p.m. in Capen Auditorium in Edwards Hall.
National Association of Social Work Advocacy Day Advocacy Day 2012 (Springfield, IL) | NASWIL.org
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