Social workers can specialize in an area of practice, including clinical work, child welfare, family services, mental health, schools, policy-making and advocacy, among others. SLU offers undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees in social work.
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Impressive Job Outlook
Our alumni are employed at organizations such as:
- Mayo Clinic
- Missouri Budget Project (MBP)
- Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates (MIRA)
- Catholic Charities
- St. Patrick Center
- Places for People
- U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
- Family Forward
- St. Louis ARC
- BJC Hospice
- Missouri Baptist - Oncology
- Lutheran Family and Children Services
- Assisted Recovery Centers of America
- Nurses for Newborns
- Boys Hope Girls Hope International
- St. Louis Children's Hospital
- BJC Community Mental Health
- Behavioral Health Response
- SLU Law Clinic
- National Low-income Housing Coalition
- American Heart Association
- American Red Cross
- Alzheimer's Association
Why Choose SLU for Your M.S.W.?
- You’ll choose from three concentrations — clinical, community and organization, or
applied behavior analysis.
- Further tailor your studies through an "area of emphasis" to focus on special populations,
including children, veterans and those who have experienced trauma.
- You'll also be qualified to work in the areas of substance abuse and criminal justice, among other settings.
What Job Can I Qualify for With an M.S.W.?
- Clinical social worker
- School social worker
- Family case worker
- Substance abuse counselor
- Medical social worker
- Psychiatric social worker
- Hospice social worker
- Public health administrator
- Social work administrator
- Research social worker
- Environmental health administrator
Your Career in Social Work Starts Now
Questions? Contact Kristi Richter, M.S.W., LCSW, director of graduate recruitment and admission, at email@example.com or 314-977-2752. Schedule an appointment at https://kristi-richter.youcanbook.me/.