School of Social Work
Maguire Hall, 5th Floor
1 E. Pearson Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Master of Social Work Online Bilingual (MAESTRA BILINGE EN TRABAJO SOCIAL EN LNEA)
Loyola’s School of Social Work was founded in 1914. Throughout its history, the School has been dedicated to clinical social work, preparing career-minded students through scholarship and the development of direct practice skills.
As the first program of its kind in the mainland U.S., the ONLINE BILINGUAL (SPANISH) MSW is aimed at filling a critical need gap. Primarily, the degree program will help equip practitioners with the skills and knowledge to address the unmet integrated mental health needs of Latinx, immigrant, and refugee populations. Whether persons are experiencing barriers due to lack of linguistically and culturally appropriate services, professional shortages, transportation, or insurance coverage, the program will prepare graduates to remove these barriers to service and become a force for justice.
Loyola offers an Advanced Standing MSW program for students who have completed their BSW from an accredited institution within the past 5 years. Advanced standing students can complete their studies in 4 continuous semesters.
By leveraging local, national, and international resources and partnerships, Loyola offers an opportunity for you to gain experience by completing 1,200 fieldwork hours during two required internships.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999