MSW Program Reaches Across the State and Beyond

County map of Michigan where MSW students reside

Embracing Michigan State University’s land-grant mission, the School of Social Work has been committed to providing access to the MSW degree for students across the state for over 20 years. With traditional campus-based programs in East Lansing, Flint, Oakland, and Saginaw, as well as the Statewide Blended and Weekend programs that offer the degree in a largely online format, our current MSW students and alums represent 75 out of Michigan’s 83 counties (an impressive 90%)!

In addition to the MSW program being delivered across the state, the School has also welcomed students from Kosovo, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda who are on track to graduate this year or next. Over the last 10 years, the accessibility of our MSW degree has prepared more than 1,700 graduates to provide public service throughout the state of Michigan and beyond!

Scenes from the MSW Statewide Blended Program’s Summer Institute