Scholarships and Assistantship
Advising and Courses
BHWET HRSA Grant
MSW Field Practicum Overview
Leadership & Social Change
MSW Student Orientation
Current MSW Student Information
Tips for Success
In the Spotlight
See Us In Action
Faculty and Staff
Diane Beckerle O'Brien
Lois Pierce (Director)
Student Social Work Association
Students wishing to work primarily with individuals and families will elect the Family Practice Concentration. Upon graduation, the new MSW will have the knowledge and skills to work in child welfare agencies, family service agencies, mental health clinics, health-care organizations, family violence service agencies, substance abuse prevention and treatment programs or correctional organizations.
A wealth of practicum sites throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area are available to provide experience in working with children, youth, and families before graduation.
Certificate programs can be completed with some courses taken toward the MSW degree; however, some additional hours may be required.
- Gender Studies
- Non-Profit Leadership and Management
- Prevention of Family Violence