Baylor University Garland School of Social Work
The fundamental core of social work is about advocating for social justice. Social work education opens the door to learn the skills needed to care for others in a meaningful way by connecting them with resources to help them overcome life’s most difficult challenges. These can include: poverty, discrimination, abuse, addiction, physical illness, divorce, loss, unemployment, educational problems, disability, and mental illness. The Baylor University Garland School of Social Work (GSSW) Master of Social Work program equips our graduates with a professional degree, preparing them to serve in a wide range of public and private settings, from schools and hospitals to prisons and foundations. Baylor social workers uniquely develop the ethical integration of faith and social work practice. With campuses in both Waco and Houston, Texas, students have an opportunity to serve a diverse population. Virtual options are available for all students. For more information about GSSW, click here.