welcome to the
school of social work
Social work has the power to alleviate poverty and oppression among individuals, families and entire communities. We can help you make a difference in the world through our dedication to excellence in teaching, research and community service. At SFA, you can become a social worker at the generalist (Bachelor of Social Work) or advanced generalist level (Master of Social Work). Once you graduate, rewarding career opportunities can be found in both state and private agencies.
Lone Star College Partnership
SFA and Lone Star College formed a partnership to offer social work courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Arts degree at LSC-University Center at The Woodlands.
At SFA, we believe students benefit greatly from hands-on learning in and out of the classroom. Transformative experiences are at the core of our academic philosophy.
WILMA CORDOVA GIVES STUDENTS THE TOOLS TO EMPOWER THOSE IN NEED.
SFA professor Wilma Cordova believes social work is a calling. She guides her students through rigorous research, fieldwork and role-playing exercises to prepare them for careers as advocates for equality and social justice.
SFA is deeply engaged in impacting the community through a variety of initiatives.
Meet Our Students
Emma is a master’s degree student and graduate assistant for the School of Social Work. She’s always found joy in helping others and loves how social workers can make a difference in rural, metropolitan or even international settings.
Joy is a graduate student in the School of Social Work. She loves how SFA encourages her to interact with other students and experts in her field, allowing her to grow academically, professionally and personally every single day.
Shelby, who has served as vice president of the SFA School of Social Work Student Council, recently received the National Association of Social Workers East Texas Chapter Undergraduate Social Work Student of the Year Award.