Know that experience sets us apart
Our cutting-edge advanced generalist curriculum provides skill-building in clinical practice, supervision and administration, evidence-informed research, social policy, and advocacy for social justice - and has for 25 years.
Gain from innovative teaching and scholarship
An outstanding diverse faculty, comprised of active practitioners, scholars, and researchers, is in touch with the community and contributes to shaping current thinking and practice in social work.
Develop relationships that advance your education and career
With a diverse and international student body, we pride ourselves on providing a low faculty-to-student ratio and on maintaining a strong alumni network of accomplished practitioners.
Choose from multiple pathways to your MSW
Full-time weekday and part-time weekend options are possible, as well as advanced standing for BSW graduates, a dual MSW/JD degree in partnership with Western New England School of Law and a dual BS/MSW degree for designated undergraduate majors at Springfield College.
Engage in preparation for professional practice
Internships are available at a wide range of social work agencies across New England and New York State, and internships at students’ places of employment may be possible.
School of Social Work Annual Student Scholarship Fund
Last year, Springfield College School of Social Work celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary as a Council on Social Work Education-accredited MSW program. As part of the 25th commemorative year, the School established the School of Social Work Annual Student Scholarship Fund. We invite you to make a gift to the newly established fund which will provide support for students of the School.
The role of the social worker in community practice is varied. The Springfield College School of Social Work considers the importance of having knowledge and practice skills in all levels and phases. The Springfield College School of Social Work embraces a generalist practice which is informed by ecosystems perspective. It prepares graduate social work students to promote the general welfare of society and the development of people and their communities.
Miguel Arce, MSW, ,
Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education