Become an 
Agent of Change

Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the Binghamton University Master of Social Work (MSW) program trains competent and effective social workers in an empowering, inclusive environment. Our mission is to prepare social workers for autonomous, knowledge-based, advanced generalist practice within an integrated community of scholars, practitioners and learners.

We help students acquire a broad base of knowledge and skills to address the needs of families, individuals, groups, organizations and communities. Binghamton University is committed to education that furthers social and economic justice, as well as to developing professional social workers who will become leaders in a complex, multicultural society.

 

The Department of Social Work will continue to accept applications for both the full-time and part-time programs for Fall 2015 until the cohorts are full.

New York State
Social Work Student
Legislative Action Day 

Faculty and Staff at Legislative Action Day

In March, nearly 400 social work students, faculty, and staff converged in Albany, NY, to meet with members of the New York State Senate and Assembly at the New York State Capitol.

For more information about New York State Social Work Student Legislative Action Day, visit the News and Events section of our website.

Information for 
Prospective Students

Please visit the About the Program and Prospective Students sections of our website for more information about our programs and the application processes. 

Changes to the 
Part-Time Program

Beginning in Fall 2015, the part-time program will be offered as a blended program, allowing students the opportunity to complete half of their classroom experiences online. The program will offer one online course each semester where students will meet in a virtual classroom for discussions, presentations, and group work. Please explore our website or contact Brian Flynn, Director of Admissions and Student Services, at bjflynn@binghamton.edu for more information.

Last Updated: 3/30/15