The Steve Hicks School of Social Work offers master’s students the opportunity to graduate with a certificate in School-Based Social Work Practice. This certificate program prepares both Clinical and APP students to be school-based social work practitioners. School-based social workers are an integral link among school, home, and community in helping students achieve academic success. They work directly with school administrations as well as students and families, providing leadership in forming school discipline policies, mental health intervention, crisis management, and support services. As part of an interdisciplinary team to help students succeed, social workers also facilitate community involvement in the schools while advocating for student success.
- See requirements and coursework (PDF)
- Download the application form (PDF) (DOCX)
- Questions? Contact the program certificate coordinator, professor Mary Beer at firstname.lastname@example.org.