Resources for MSW Students
Baylor's graduate social work education provides what few others in the nation can, an emphasis on working effectively with issues of faith and spirituality and with congregations and faith-based organizations. Within four years of its inception, the Master's of Social Work degree at Baylor School of Social Work was ranked as one of the Top 100 graduate programs by U.S. News and World Report.
The graduate program offers three degree options and three academic concentrations
(Children and Families, Physical and Mental Health, and Community Practice). These prepare professional social workers who can assess and build on strengths of persons, families and communities.
Graduates of our program are prepared to serve as social work clinicians and counselors, program planners, administrators and community developers within diverse public and private sectors.
The MSW degree fulfills all requirements related to graduate school work education for state licensure and professional social work credentials. The degree program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
For more information, complete the inquiry form
or contact Charletra Hurt
, Director of Career Services, (254) 710-4479.