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South Carolina Board of Social Work Examiners

Required Coursework for LISW CP/AP Applicants

Under the auspicious of the SCNASW, South Carolina Social Work Education Programs have been actively working to improve both social work practice and education in our state. In response to the needs of the recent changes in the South Carolina Social Work Licensure requirements the Social Work educators have formed the South Carolina Consortium of Social Work Educators (SCCSWE). The Consortium represents all of the social work education programs in South Carolina. These include: Benedict College, Coker College, Columbia College, Limestone College, S.C. State University, College of Social Work, University of South Carolina, and Winthrop University.

S.C. Consortium Social Work Program Schedule

Winthrop University Coursework (pdf)

Psychopathology USC summer (pdf)

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