Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas are proud to offer Texas’ first joint Master of Social Work degree program.
Graduates will be prepared to become effective, advanced social workers with a focus on ethical practices and leadership training across a variety of social work settings. Social workers empower communities, individuals and groups to create positive changes. Program graduates will be trained and qualified to work in many roles, including clinicians, administrators, case managers, supervisors, fundraisers and program managers.
TWU and UNT have developed the joint M.S.W. degree program to provide students and faculty with the unique opportunity to draw on the strengths and resources of both universities. Through the joint program, students will be considered members of both the TWU and UNT communities.
Scholarships & more
The Department of Social Work in UNT’s College of Health and Public Service offers scholarships to students each year, including:
- Adam Main Courage and Perseverance Award
- Fannie Belle Gaupp Scholarship
- Social Work/Title IV-E Child Welfare Scholarship
Your academic advisor
Graduate students are advised by program faculty. Program Director Mahasin Saleh can help connect you with potential faculty advisors based on your unique interests.
Mahasin Saleh, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor & Joint MSW Program Director
Social workers make the world a better place by helping people overcome the challenges associated with abuse, poverty, homelessness, addiction, disability, illness, and discrimination. They practice in a variety of areas including healthcare, hospice, substance abuse treatment, child welfare, aging, criminal justice and others.
Learn more about UNT’s Social Work program and how you can make a difference!