School of Social Work

Developing ethical leaders in the social services

Social work has been identified as one of the most in-demand careers in the 21st century. Through the School of Social Work, Missouri State demonstrates a commitment to meeting the world’s needs — both locally and globally.

The School offers a Bachelor of Social Work degree that prepares you for professional entry-level practice and a Master of Social Work degree that focuses on family health.

Blending the classroom with hands-on experience

The School of Social Work prepares its graduates to become ethical leaders in the social services, with a commitment to community improvement and a respect for the diversity of that community.

As a student in the School of Social Work, you learn from experienced, knowledgeable faculty, many of whom are licensed social workers. Also, the programs blend classroom learning with field experiences, providing you with valuable hands-on experience and networking opportunities.

Complete the Survey

Missouri State Social Work request all recent graduates to please take appropriate survey, and help us improve and provide better service.

BSW Focus Group

 National Social Work Month 2014

Celebrate National Social Work Month by checking out 100 Ideas to celebrate this month by the National Association of Social Workers' website.


Note: School of Social Work has moved to Pummill Hall (Office #105).