Social Work - B.S.W.

The School of Social Work provides our students with a welcoming and stimulating environment  where faculty and staff members come to know students as individuals, offering them just the right blend of challenge and support needed to form committed and capable professional social workers.

The baccalaureate of social work (B.S.W.) prepares students for generalist social work practice at the entry level within the social work profession – one of the most vital and fastest-growing professions in America and the world today.

Students are prepared to improve the interactions between individuals and their social environment as well as advocate for social changes that would remove institutional barriers preventing individuals from full social participation.  Graduates typically work under the supervision of master’s level practitioners in structured organizational settings.

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