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Online Programs at Our Lady of the Lake University

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Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Gain the foundational skills and knowledge to start a career as a social worker and help people, families and communities in need.

Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC)

Build a career serving those in need and advocating for social justice. Choose between three specializations and focus your practice.

Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC): Clinical Mental Health Counseling Specialization

Learn to support people of all ages and backgrounds as they confront mental health challenges to improve their lives.

Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC): Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Specialization

Put your passion to work and learn to help people overcome the complications of disability with holistic care.

Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC): School Counseling Specialization

Prepare to help students overcome challenges to meet their potential and find success.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Develop expertise in accounting, finance, management, marketing, and other core business skills.

Master of Business Administration (MBA): Healthcare Management Specialization

Prepare to lead in healthcare management and improve the operations of outpatient clinics, hospitals, and other health care providers.

Master of Business Administration (MBA): Management Specialization

Dive into the science of management and gain the mix of hard and soft skills you need to bring out the best in your team.

Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Acquire innovative programming and technology mastery through a practical, hands-on approach.

Master of Science in Non-Profit Management

Learn about the nonprofit industry while also gaining knowledge on how to manage and lead a nonprofit entity with business acumen.

Master of Social Work (MSW)

Explore service leadership and advanced direct practice, with a special focus on issues impacting Hispanic populations.

PhD in Social Work

Prepares social work practitioner-scholars to bridge the gap between academic researchers and practitioners.