Samford’s Master of Social Work is taught with a focus on advanced clinical practice, equipping students to work with individuals, families and small groups from a faith-based perspective.
Graduates are prepared for practice in a wide variety of settings, including counseling centers, mental health and substance abuse treatment facilities, hospitals and clinics, schools, correctional facilities and child welfare agencies.
At Samford, we prepare compassionate practitioners with the skills to care for individuals and communities during vulnerable times.
Take the next step toward becoming a licensed social worker.
While our MSW provides a clear path to become a social worker, the profession offers numerous career options and specialties, including:
Study in an environment where your faith will be fostered and integrated into discussions related to topics like clinical practice, mental health, inequality and more.
Our faculty, representing a diverse range of experience and expertise, are readily available to you, building mentoring relationship that last years beyond graduation.
You choose whether to complete your course work in person or online. The program is the same, no matter the format, designed and facilitated by our outstanding faculty.
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