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Becoming a Social Worker

A social worker is someone who has a bachelor's, master's or Ph.D in social work from an accredited school of social work.  For someone to become a professional social worker, they must get a degree in social work.  The Council on Social Work Accreditation (CSWE) is the governing body that accredits schools of social work.  To find a listing of schools accredited by CSWE, go to http://www.cswe.org/ and click on "accredited programs." It is very important to choose a school of social work that is CSWE accredited in order to become licensed to practice social work.

Find out more about becoming a social worker at http://www.helpstartshere.org/careers

 

Schools of Social Work in Arizona


MSW Programs

  Arizona State University, Downtown Phoenix Campus
  Arizona State University, Tucson Component
  Arizona State University, Flagstaff
   Arizona State University, Online

 

BSW Programs

 

Arizona State University, Downtown Phoenix Campus

Arizona State University, Tucson Component

Northern Arizona University

College of St. Scholastica - Arizona Campus

 

Community College Programs

Mesa Community College, Main Campus
Phoenix College, Main Campus



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