Master of Social Work Program
To develop advanced-level social workers with practice, advocacy, and research skills, who act with integrity and are equipped to address diverse needs across the lifespan in a multicultural society.
MSW Program Description
The Master of Social Work degree program at the Texas State University School of Social Work is an exciting opportunity for college-degreed people who are interested in pursuing a career based around improving society. Our MSW degree program is built on a liberal arts perspective. Our graduates perform extremely well on state licensing exams and have found employment across a wide variety of service delivery fields.
The Texas State University School of Social Work offers the MSW program both on-campus and online. These degree offerings, regardless of delivery method, utilize the same textbooks and curricula and are taught by core faculty. The School of Social work also offers interesting electives in specific topics, such as health care, diversity, international social work, gerontology, spirituality, adventure therapy, work with veterans, and others.
Texas State University's Master of Social Work program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, and our graduates are eligible for state licensure.
For more information about graduate programs, visit The Graduate College at Texas State University.
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