University of Southern California

USC School of Social Work

The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work offers its CSWE-accredited Master of Social Work (MSW) program online so students across the country can earn a USC master’s degree without attending classes on campus. The program prepares students to become skilled practitioners who lead positive change locally, nationally and worldwide.

Sponsored Online Social Work Program

MSW@USC Program Snapshot

  • CSWE-accredited program that features the same admissions requirements as the on-campus MSW program
  • 60 graduate-level credits available in both full and part time study options
  • Three academic departments: Adult Mental Health and Wellness; Children, Youth and Families; and Social Change and Innovation

Three Departments to Choose From:

  • The Department of Adult Mental Health and Wellness immerses students in human behavioral theory, clinical practice and policy, preparing them to work directly with clients as clinical social workers.
  • The Department of Children, Youth and Families is for students who want to advocate for children and adolescents while designing service programs that help families function more effectively within their environments.
  • The Department of Social Change and Innovation prepares students to help large entities thrive while also providing direct support to individuals within those entities.

Sponsored Online Social Work Program