The School of Social Work at the University of Missouri-St. Louis includes the Social Work and Gerontology programs. The faculty this School are distinguished scholars committed to excellence in teaching and research in a wide range of specialties. These include child welfare, gerontology, community organization, addictions, social service policy, and international social work. The School’s programs work closely with the agencies in the St. Louis region, and students are able to select internships from more than 400 area social service agencies.
Gerontology is an interdisciplinary program with faculty from anthropology, biology, education, economics, nursing, optometry, psychology, social work and sociology. Students may also take courses in Business Administration or Nonprofit Management.
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
Masters in Social Work (MSW) with concentrations in:
Social Work Leadership and Management
Master of Science in Gerontology (MSG)
Undergraduate Certificate in Gerontological Studies
Graduate Certificates in Gerontology and Long-Term Care Administration
Courses may be completed through day or evening coursework (BSW) or through evening courses (MSW, MSG).Credit courses are also offered off-campus though University Outreach.