As an MSW student at La Salle University, you’ll collaborate with individuals, families, and communities to enhance well-being. Our faculty and staff are committed to anti-racist and anti-oppressive practice, and we’ll educate you to challenge bias in yourself, the workplace, and the community to prepare you to best serve your clients.
With your MSW degree, you’ll be highly sought after by employers in a wide variety of settings, including government agencies, schools, and both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. You’ll also be able to advance your career in your existing position.
Social workers have one of the highest rates of job satisfaction in the U.S., and the field is projected to grow by 19% by 2026. Additionally, those with an MSW make an estimated 15-20% more than their colleagues with only a BSW, according to salary.com. MSW graduates often earn between $58,000-65,000 in their first year.