Advance Standing Master of Social Work Program

Students who have already earned a bachelor of social work degree may qualify for advance standing in the master of social work program through the LCCC University Partnership program with Youngstown State University.

Advance standing students may complete the program in only three semesters and 39 credit hours with no travel required to YSU’s main campus.

The advance standing program begins in fall 2016. Click here to learn more.

Advance Standing Master of Social Work Program

Students who have already earned a bachelor of social work degree may qualify for advance standing in the master of social work program through the LCCC University Partnership program with Youngstown State University.

Advance standing students may complete the program in only three semesters and 39 credit hours with no travel required to YSU’s main campus.

The advance standing program begins in fall 2016. Click here to learn more.

Advance Standing Master of Social Work Program

Students who have already earned a bachelor of social work degree may qualify for advance standing in the master of social work program through the LCCC University Partnership program with Youngstown State University.

Advance standing students may complete the program in only three semesters and 39 credit hours with no travel required to YSU’s main campus.

The advance standing program begins in fall 2016. Click here to learn more.

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