At IU, you’ll get the knowledge, skills and firsthand experience to make a difference in the world. Our nationally recognized academic programs prepare you for the next step in your journey, whether that be the job market, advanced degree programs or impactful research that sparks change in populations and communities.
Taught by faculty with social work experience, our bachelor’s degree program covers the foundations of social work, enabling you to practice professionally and ethically in a variety of community settings.
Meaningful practicum experiences and a flexible path to graduation are just two of the strengths of our nationally-ranked MSW program. Our clinical and community practice curriculum prepares graduates for both micro- and macro-level practice.
From its home in the School of Social Work, IU’s Labor Studies program attracts students from diverse backgrounds and covers topics that include organized labor, labor and social movements, the impact of global markets and changing institutions.
Take your education one step further by enrolling in the school’s certificate programs—the nation’s first telehealth certificate program or a foundational skills program to help you work more effectively in the area of child abuse and neglect.
The signature pedagogy of our MSW and BSW programs. Our experienced field team works closely with you to design practicum experiences that inspire and challenge. IU Social Work’s strong relationships across the state make it possible to find opportunities that complement your interests and career goals.