We found 2 MSW programs in New Mexico, with just one in-state MSW program accredited by the CSWE. You might consider a nearby state such as Arizona, or an online MSW program. Licensure for Social Workers in New Mexico is administered by The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, and the National Social Workers is run by the NASW New Mexico Chapter.

MSW Programs in New Mexico

Online MSW Programs in New Mexico

One of the best ways for maximizing convenience in higher education is to choose an online MSW program. These programs can be reliable replacement options for students that do not have the time to attend classes during the week or even at night. New Mexico is a great place to be in terms of degree availability, since this state currently offers 2 CSWE-accredited online MSW programs for students to choose from. Each of these programs can offer students a completely online curriculum for further skill-building in social work courses.

New Mexico State University Online MSW

New Mexico State University has an online MSW program that is offered in a full-time format. The specialization option available at this school is the Advanced Generalist option, which could be good if you do not have a particular group that you wish to work with.

Western New Mexico University MSW Programs

Western New Mexico University provides accredited MSW programs in full-time, part-time, and advanced standing format, which can open doors to an even broader range of potential students. While this program can be an excellent choice for New Mexico residents seeking a positive change in their career, students all over the country may be welcome to apply at this university.

Social Work Agencies and Licensure in New Mexico

The New Mexico Board of Social Work Examiners can keep you up to date with what is required to become a licensed social worker in your state. One of the primary requirements for licensure in New Mexico is to obtain a CSWE-accredited MSW program from an approved institution.