As part of the degree plan, students are placed in a variety of field study opportunities. Baylor University has paired with several agencies and foundations to ensure that students are well-equipped with hands-on experience. Some placements include local hospitals, congregations, public or private social agencies, homeless shelters or hospital clinics.
Graduates with a Social Work major can serve as social workers in a number of fields, including rehabilitation clinics, adoption agencies, child protective services, hospital patient care or family counseling.
For more information: Social Work
Students in this program begin as a pre-major. Learn more about pre-majors.