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A program designed for aspiring, values-driven social work professionals who are called to lead meaningful change in their communities.A program designed for aspiring, values-driven social work professionals who are called to lead meaningful change in their communities.A program designed for aspiring, values-driven social work professionals who are called to lead meaningful change in their communities.
Baylor has been educating aspiring social workers for over 50 years.
field hours to complete as a standard MSW student.
field hours to complete as an advanced standing MSW student.
Earn an MSW Online and Provide Quality Care for Your Community
Baylor University’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work now offers its Master of Social Work (MSW) graduate program online. The program will prepare you to pursue licensure and empower vulnerable populations worldwide by addressing injustice from a strengths-based perspective. Whether you’re pursuing the advanced standing or standard MSW track, you will learn to practice with a holistic approach, focusing on principles of dignity, service, empathy, and the ethical integration of faith in social work.
- Values-based professional advancement
- Service-oriented learning and practice
- Empowered students and communities
As an MSW online student, you will attend live online classes where you will learn alongside fellow aspiring social work professionals with varying years of experience. You will have the opportunity to build your social work experience by completing field hours in traditional social work settings, as well as faith-based organizations and environments. Throughout your journey, you will receive personalized support from faculty, empowering you to lead lasting change in the communities that matter to you.
Baylor University’s MSW online program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
Start a meaningful, mission-driven career as a licensed social worker.
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