Social Work Degrees

Social Work degree programs help establish careers in the child and family welfare field to assist families with stability, offer counseling to patients, and set up services for people in need.

A college degree required for this career path is normally earned at the Masters level with the prospect of obtaining licensure upon completion of an internship. Undergraduate degree programs specializing in mental health, social work, or counseling will well prepare prospective students to apply for a graduate program.

Note that for LCSW licensure (Licensed Clinical Social Worker), for the most part, a Master of Social Work degree is required.

Consider an online counseling program: Bachelor's holders can prepare to become a licensed professional counselor online. With no GRE scores required to apply, the 24 month online MA in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine allows you to advance your career and be a catalyst of change. Learn more.
MA in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine


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