The College of Social Work Doctoral Program at Florida State University was established in 1974. Our program has awarded over 100 doctoral degrees, and our graduates have highly successful careers in academic settings and the private sector.
A recent ranking of Social Work programs places the FSU College of Social Work graduate faculty as the 4th most productive in the country.
The Doctoral Program typically admits the top six to eight applicants each fall who are among the best and brightest students in social work. Students study in a variety of different areas – child welfare, foster care and adoption, mental health, substance abuse, aging, domestic violence, juvenile justice, HIV/AIDS, homelessness, and a number of other areas of great importance to society.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
International Student Requirements:
For more information regarding international student requirements please see http://admissions.fsu.edu/intl/graduate.htm.