MARION, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Indiana Wesleyan University is launching an accredited Master of Social Work program at its Marion campus.
Officials say the university is the only Council for Christian Colleges & Universities school in the state with an accredited residential Masters of Social Work program.
The new residential Masters of Social Work hybrid program is designed for both face-to-face classroom time and online learning.
The residential Masters of Social Work program is set to have two tracks based on educational prerequisites and will allow students to sign up for an accelerated advanced standing track or a two-year standard track.
The advanced standing track is a 30-credit-hour curriculum for students who hold a Bachelor of Social Work.
The standard track is a 60-credit-hour program for students who hold a bachelor’s degree in another discipline.
Both tracks are slated to launch in fall 2021.