Bachelor of Social Work Program
The purpose of undergraduate social work education at the School of Social work is to provide a comprehensive educational experience for students that is grounded in a liberal arts tradition and prepares graduates for excellence. The focus of undergraduate curriculum delivery is through a student-centered strengths-based educational model that fosters student understanding by providing a challenging, yet supportive environment of high expectations that encourages the development of well-informed and engaged citizens.
The BSW Program is committed to excellence, offering a variable curriculum that prepares students for future success in the areas of generalist social work practice, policy, social engagement, and leadership in diverse settings and with multi-cultural populations.
Graduates will be prepared for entry into three potential trajectories upon degree completion including, but not limited to: generalist social work practice, advanced standing in graduate social work education, and career opportunities and graduate education in the areas such as communications, corrections, education, government, health care, human resources, law, non-profit organizations, religious studies, and public service.