Master of Social Work Program
Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the University of Memphis offers two specializations: Advanced Practice with Children, Youth, & Families; and Advanced Practice with Adults & Families, with flexible study options to accommodate full and part-time, as well as distance learning, students in the Mid-South. Read more about our specializations and study tracks.
MSW Program Mission
The mission of the Master of Social Work program is to educate advanced professional social workers for practice with at-risk populations. The Master of Social Work program is dedicated to (a) educating social workers with knowledge, values, and skills for evidence-based practice, (b) advancing the knowledge base of the social work profession and (c) providing regional leadership in the development and implementation of policies, programs, and services for at-risk populations.
What can MSW do for you?
Hear from former MSW student and current Social Work faculty member Brandon Williams about why he chose to pursue a MSW degree, and how it has changed his career prospects ever since.
Applications to the Fall 2018 MSW program in Memphis and Jackson, TN are now open.
If you are interested in attending the University of Memphis MSW Program, we have a number of ways you can learn more about us:
Attend an Information Session. Dates are listed below.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (901) 678-3198 to speak with MSW Admissions.
The Department of Social Work presents Information Sessions each fall and spring semester. Individuals interested in pursuing a Master's Degree in Social Work are encouraged to attend a session to learn about the career field, academic tracks, and internship placements.
Can't make it to campus? No problem. Our MSW admissions coordinator is available to answer questions, discuss professional goals, and walk you through the application process by email or phone, (901) 678-3198.
Email Brandon Williams to RSVP for one of the following Information Sessions:
MSW Information Sessions for 2018:
January 22, 2018 in 115 Browning Hall 5:30p - 7:00p
February 12, 2018 in 207 McCord Hall 5:30p - 7:00p
March 12, 2018 in McCord Hall 5:30-7:30p
April 9, 2018 in 207 McCord Hall 5:30-7:30p