Master of Science in Social Work

Find new ways of serving your community and improve the quality of life for people living in the Panhandle, the state, the nation and the world. Classes are available in a combination of face-to-face, online and hybrid. 

With a master’s degree, you will:

  • Become Advanced Generalist Practitioners.
  • Use a variety of theoretical perspectives.
  • Develop interventions at all levels of systems practice, and
  • Be knowledgeable in the unique aspects of rural communities

 

Flexibility

All face-to-face courses are offered as evening courses to accommodate working students. Students could apply for an advanced-standing (with a BSW degree) and foundation (any other discipline) levels of the program based on their undergraduate degree. Advanced-standing students can opt for a fast-track option to finish the program within a year of study.

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Affordability

Based on our student's feedback and on Cost Estimator, the approximate cost is between $15,000 and $20,000 for advanced-standing students and between $25,000 and $30,000 for foundation students. The total expense can be influenced by various other factors depending on the student.

 

Career Close-Up

Child, Family, and School Social Workers

Median wage (TX) - $39,190
Median wage (US) - $45,30

Healthcare Social Workers

Median wage (TX) - $54,340
Median wage (US) - $51,460

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Median wage (US) - $51,965

US Department of Veterans Affairs Social Worker

Median wage (US) - $67,275

 

Career Opportunities

Wage information taken from wtamu.myplan.com, www.payscale.com and www.glassdoor.com

 

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