The Social Work degree program prepares students for beginning professional social work practice in a wide variety of human service and treatment settings. As generalist social work practitioners, graduates will be prepared to work collaboratively with diverse populations, particularly those who are vulnerable and at risk. Eco-systems theory and strengths perspective serve as overarching conceptual frameworks throughout the curriculum. All aspects of student learning in the classroom are integrated with the senior year field practicum experience.
This degree requires a minimum of 122 hours. For additional hours required see Academic Degree Programs Requirements
Criteria for admission to the Bachelor of Social Work Degree include:
In accordance with CSWE accreditation standards, the Social Work program does not grant course credit for life experience or previous work experience.