Welcome! The Michigan State School of Social Work offers premier social work continuing education. The Michigan State University School of Social Work Continuing Education Program's mission is to help people thrive in service to their communities by offering innovative, valuable, and accessible professional development opportunities throughout the State of Michigan and beyond.
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Michigan State University School of Social Work is approved as a provider of social work continuing education by a national credentialing body, the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) – Provider #1136. To contact ASWB ACE, write to 400 South Ridge Parkway, Suite B, Culpeper VA 22701 or visit www.aswb.org (approval period: June 2010–June 2013). ASWB ACE approval is recognized by the State of Michigan Board of Social Work Examiners as acceptable for social workers in Michigan. Contact your state's regulatory board to determine course approval.
Michigan State University School of Social Work is ALSO a Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative Approved Provider, MICEC #0001 for all face-to-face programs (approval period: July 2012-July 2013).
Have questions? Email us, or call 517-353-3060.
Are you interested in presenting for the MSU School of Social Work Continuing Education Program? If so, complete a program proposal and fax or mail to:
(517) 353-3599 - Fax
MSU-Social Work Continuing Education
Baker Hall 655 Auditorium Rd, Room 212
East Lansing, MI 48824
Announcing the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS) Take the Lead Series, a program of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) funded by the US Children’s Bureau. Through December 2012, four online modules will be available for FREE. Click here for details!
The MSU School of Social Work, together with the Association for Children's Mental Health, is now an NIMH Outreach Partner through the National Institute of Mental Health's Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison. The Outreach Partnership Program focuses on training and dissemination. It works to increase the public's access to science-based mental health information and enhance opportunities for the public to benefit from participation in research. More information>>