Major in Social Work (BSW)
The Bachelor of Social Work degree prepares students to become 21st-century, critical thinkers and problem solvers, ready to meet the challenges of our global society. Our goal is to equip students with a solid foundation in theory, knowledge, values
and direct practice experience in social work, community involvement, social justice, victims' rights. Students will develop skills in critical thinking, research, and writing.
Students will gain valuable skill and knowledge in the following areas:
- Human Behavior & the Social Environment
- Child Welfare
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
- Practice with Individual, Groups, Families
- Practice with Organizations & Communities
What can you do with a degree in Social Work?
The Bachelor of Social Work is a versatile degree. Graduates from the accredited Evelyn Lane Sanders Social Work Program meet the basic eligibility requirements for advanced standing Master of Social Work programs. Graduates can work in a variety of fields
- Administration and Management
- Advocacy and Community Organization
- Developmental Disabilities
- Health Care
- International Social Work
- Justice and Corrections
- Mental Health and Clinical Social Work
Program Learning Outcomes & Curriculum Information
For a complete overview of the program and requirements for the current year, please view the online catalog for the most current year.
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