Bachelor of Social Work

The nationally ranked UTA School of Social Work now offers the Bachelor of Social Work degree in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the BSW degree was designed to prepare students for a generalist social work practice. The BSW Cohort at UTA Fort Worth is intended for students that are either core complete or nearing completion. The sequence of courses is predetermined and structured in a lock-step format. Students will complete academic social work courses, including earning a diversity minor and gaining real-world experience in one of the 600 unique field placements in the area. This degree enables students, upon graduation, to work in a variety of social service agencies and settings.

With a Bachelor of Social Work degree, you can work providing services in:

– Mental Health – Aging and Gerontology
– Substance Use/Addiction Recovery – Human Services
– Education/School Counseling – Military and Veteran Care
– Employee Assistance Programs – Public Health
– Disability Advocacy/Compensation – Healthcare
– Family and Children – Equal Opportunity/Diversity


BSW Cohort Benefits:

  • UTA School of Social Work ranked among the top 35 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report
  • Highly collaborative and supportive learning environment
  • Cohort, team-based approach– start and finish with a core group of students
  • Accelerated daytime schedule and smaller class sizes
  • Transfer your credits from a community college or a four-year university
  • Earn a degree that is in demand – Job Market growing 12% faster than the average
  • Earn a minor in Diversity Studies, with an additional option for a Substance Use Treatment minor depending on transfer credit
  • Conveniently located near public transportation in Downtown Fort Worth

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