About the Baylor University Diana R. Garland School of Social Work

The Diana R. Garland School of Social Work is dedicated to helping students become ethical, confident social workers, through a multidisciplinary lens that integrates faith and academic excellence.

Social work is about service and justice; it is about the dignity of individuals and the power of relationships; and it is about integrity and competence. We prepare students with the tools to treat diverse populations, while fostering the skills to think critically about spirituality and the impact that faith can have on clients and communities.

Our MSW online program is rooted in supporting our students academically, personally, and professionally. As a student, you will benefit from:

  • lowered tuition that allows you to save and focus on advancing your career;  
  • flexibility with varied program tracks and completion times;
  • dedicated support to guide you through the program from the moment you enroll;
  • small class sizes which allow you to dive deeper into your studies and connect with your peers and instructors.

After you graduate, you will receive guidance to help you reach your professionals goals and be able to:

  • influence the social welfare of individuals, families, and communities worldwide;
  • lead healthy organizations focused on improving lives and promoting social justice;
  • practice culturally responsive social work through service to others;
  • approach social issues and provide solutions from a strengths-based perspective.

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Learn how Baylor University Diana R. Garland School of Social Work can prepare you to serve and empower others in your community as a licensed social worker.

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