Thinking of a graduate program insocial work? Are you looking to enhance your credentials and open up your prospects in the field of social work? If so, you may want to consider enrolling in one of the many graduate programs for social work. The main priority for social workers is to help people cope with challenges in their lives—such as adopting a child, dealing with unemployment, or being diagnosed with a terminal illness. Some social workers work with specific populations—such as child and family social workers, geriatric social workers, school social workers, healthcare social workers or mental health and substance abuse social workers. And clinical social workers have the additional responsibility of diagnosing and treating emotional, behavioral, and mental issues.
And we can help simplify your search! Just filter by degree for Masters Programs in Social Work and Social Work Ph.D. Doctorate Graduate Programs. If you’re looking to shift gears to a different specialty, you may want to consider a Graduate Certificate in Social Work. Or you can also search online social work graduate programs.
Then, it’s time to think about where you’d like to study. You can filter your search by location to find a wide variety of accredited colleges in your area—or in countries around the world—that offer social work programs. Just set your parameters and check out the list of social work graduate schools to pick the one that offers the particular program that best prepares you for your career aspirations.
As a Jesuit institution committed to promoting human rights, peace building, and social justice, Loyola's School of Social Work and Institute of Pastoral Studies are pleased to announce this new dual degree.