As social work professions become more specialized, the array of social work programs students can choose from broadens. While graduate candidates are typically required to choose a specialization, often based on the community a students intends to work with, only in recent years have schools begun to provide undergraduates with the chance to choose their own concentration, such as illness education, group therapy and discharge planning.
Whether you’re currently a social work professional or just starting out in the field, our directory can help you find the program that works best for you. To narrow your search results, set filters for the degree you’re seeking. You can choose education level, degree specialty and delivery format — i.e. online, on-campus or both.