The mission of the social work program at Lewis-Clark State College is to prepare students for entry-level generalist practice.
Through courses, internships, and student activities, the program aims to foster in its students a celebration of differences among people and a belief that respecting these differences enriches the quality of life for all. Graduates will practice from a set of ethical principles inherent in the social work profession, including the recognition that professional development is a life-long learning process.
Administrators are working hard to make this program accessible to anyone interested in learning more about social work.
They have made several of the pre-requisites to the program available online.
If you would be interested in exploring this option, review the LC Express guide below and reach out to either of the program advisors listed below to better prepare yourself.
LC Express for Social Work
Follow LC Express that allows for direct transfer for NIC students into the Justice Studies program using these guides:
To find out more about this program visit the Social Work webpage. Here you can review the Social Work program application and evaluation rubric, students group information, and instructor and advisory board contacts.
What can I do with this degree?
* Program checklists are subject to change and do not constitute an agreement between the college and the student