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Admissions

We are still accepting applications for the Spring 2018 semester

Bachelor of Social Work

Our accredited Bachelor of Social Work Program offers full-time and part-time curriculums and options to take classes in in Arlington or Fort Worth. We offer cohort programs where students start together as a group, matriculate through, and finish together.

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Undergraduate Admissions Information Forum

Master of Social Work

Our Master of Social Work Program is accredited, affordable and convenient with options for full-time or part-time, advanced standing, cohorts and dual degree programs. You can take classes completely online, or in traditional classroom in Arlington and Fort Worth. Our top ranked MSW program offers a specialized advanced curriculum with opportunities to develop expertise in one of five areas: 1) Direct Practice in Mental Health & Substance Use, 2) Direct Practice in Aging, 3) Direct Practice with Children & Families, 4) Direct Practice in Health, and 5) Community and Administrative Practice.

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Graduate Admissions Information Forum

Ph.D. in Social Work

Our PhD in Social Work program is world-renowned for preparing graduates for successful academic careers as social work educators and researchers. The curriculum includes course work, original research and teaching experiences. Students work with internationally known and award-winning faculty. The PhD program offers full-time and part-time options.


The School of Social Work Admissions Office

Phone: 817-272-1044 or 9488

Email: sswadmissions@uta.edu

Mailing Address:
The University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work
Admissions Office
Box 19129
211 S. Cooper Street
Arlington, TX 76019

Why UTA and Why Social Work?


Video: U.S. Marine veteran and recent UTA MSW graduate

During eight years as a U.S. Marine, Jason Simmons was deployed five times. His wartime experiences left him with a severe case of PTSD, but he overcame it and discovered a passion for helping veterans facing the same struggles. As a Spring 2017 UTA Master of Social Work graduate, he plans to become a licensed clinical social worker in mental health, so he can help other veterans.