Saint Louis University

School of Social Work

Don Linhorst, Ph.D.

 

"Saint Louis University School of Social Work prepares social work students for professional social work practice with a commitment to social justice and the empowerment of vulnerable and oppressed populations."

Don Linhorst, Ph.D.
Director, School of Social Work


At Saint Louis University School of Social Work, students earn a degree in the distinguished field of social work, a field that empowers people to use their knowledge to touch the lives of others. Deeply rooted in a mission of social justice, the School of Social Work is a leader in integrating social work practice and education.

The School encourages both graduate and undergraduate students to gain experience on an international level. Details about the international opportunities provided to students can be found here.

 Degree Programs
Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice (BACCJ)
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Master of Science Applied Behavior Analysis (MSABA)
Post-Master's Certificate (ABA)

 

Dual Degrees and Certificate Programs
Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health (MSW/MPH) Master of Social Work/Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies (MSW/ MAPS) Master of Social Work/ Master of Divinity (MSW/MDIV)
Center for Violence and Injury Prevention Certificate Master of Social Work/Master of Arts in Theology (MSW/MAT) Master of Social Work/Master of Arts in Deaconess Studies (MSW/MADS)
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