Baylor's PhD program is designed to develop leaders and educators who can lead visionary social work education or service programs and conduct original research addressing the complex social issues of our world. The program provides a distinctive focus on the integration of religion and faith with the ethics, values and practices of the social work profession.
Its graduates will be uniquely prepared to:
• Serve in academic research and teaching posts in social work programs
• Provide leadership in government and private agency contexts around the world
States from which we accept applications can be found HERE. We also accept applications from the state of California.
What was your first impression of the Garland School of Social Work?
Online - the information is clear and robust. The chairs were easy to communicate with and faculty was available to answer any questions.
In person - I cannot give enough positive feedback about my experience at the Garland School of Social Work. The staff and faculty were warm, interested, and invested in us individually and as a cohort from the moment we walked in. I felt known. I felt spurred on in my research interests. I felt heard by every person I encountered. I left feeling connected to my educational goals, the university, the school of social work, my cohort, and the faculty.
—Dr. Brianna Garrison, PhD '21