Saint Louis University's School of Social Work provides students an academic experience rooted in research, real-world experience and a focus on humanity.
Built upon an unwavering commitment to social justice, the school is a leader in integrating practice and education with faculty members who have made substantial contributions to the profession. Interactive teaching methods integrate community‐based practice with classroom activities and discussions.
Founded in 1930, the school has since expanded its academic offerings to include programs in applied behavior analysis, urban planning and development, and criminology and criminal justice, while still maintaining its highly ranked social work programs.
- SLU's M.S.W. program is ranked in the top 20% of social work programs nationally.
- Partnerships with a wide variety of agencies and organizations all over St. Louis City and St. Louis County provide students with diverse options for their internship and/or externship experiences
- Accelerated programs, honors courses and minors are available for many programs.