Coeur d'Alene

Social Work in Coeur d'Alene

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. 

LC Express for Social Work

Follow LC Express that allows for direct transfer for NIC students into the Justice Studies program using these guides:

Social Work

Program Advisor

Marte White | mwhite@lcsc.edu | (208) 292-2681

Tiffany Renner | tarenner@lcsc.edu | (208) 292-2682

What can I do with this degree?

  • Public Welfare
  • Criminal Justice/Corrections
  • Child Welfare
  • Administration
  • Community Organization Work
  • Graduate Studies in Social Work

Program checklist

* Program checklists are subject to change and do not constitute an agreement between the college and the student