Social Work


Since opening its doors in 1969, Marywood's School of Social Work and Administrative Studies has educated more than 4,000 social workers, making it the leading provider of social work education in Northeast Pennsylvania. Our Master of Social Work (MSW) program is perfect for both those entering the social work field and current practitioners looking for advanced education.

Convenient Full and Part-time Programs

Our MSW program is convenient and flexible. Full-time, part-time, and weekend programs are available at four locations in Pennsylvania:

  • Scranton (Marywood University)
  • Poconos (East Stroudsburg University)
  • Lehigh Valley (DeSales University)
  • Central Pennsylvania (Bloomsburg University)

Field Placements

Our MSW program pairs traditional classroom courses with hands-on field placements to provide you with the knowledge, values, and skills necessary to assist diverse populations of people. Students are placed in a variety of social service agencies throughout Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.

A faculty member will help you select field placements that interest you. If you work full-time, you can complete your field work in the evenings or on weekends. If you work at a social service agency, you may be able to complete your field work there.

Dual Degree Programs

We also offer dual degree programs for those interested in both advanced social work training and expertise in administration and management. You can earn two master's degrees in less time than it would take to complete them separately, by pairing the MSW with one of the follow related degrees:

  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
  • Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA)
  • Master of Science (MS) in Gerontology

Credit Hours: 60
Degree: Master of Social Work (MSW)
College: College of Health & Human Services
Department Website: Social Work & Administrative Studies, School of

Accreditations

Council on Social Work Education

Contact Information

Jay Yander

yander@marywood.edu

(570) 348-6211 ext. 2368