The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree prepares students for entry-level generalist social work practice.
Students learn ways to properly assess and develop therapeutic working relationships with diverse populations, utilize varying intervention approaches, identify strengths and enhance client problem-solving and coping skills, as well as program evaluation, advocacy, research, and community outreach.
Graduates of the program are prepared to work as a generalist social work practitioner in a variety of practice settings including: child welfare service agencies, family services, medical hospitals, mental health clinics, public health clinics, home health and hospice agencies, nursing homes, schools, business/industry, juvenile and family court, prisons, military, shelters for battered women/children, and community services.
Links & Downloads
- Mission Statement & Goals
- Generalist Practice
- Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes
- University Transfer/Curriculum
- Student Handbook
- Field Education
- NASW Code of Ethics
- Association of Student Social Workers
- Phi Alpha Honor Society
- Advisory Board
- Related Sites
Ms. Rhonda Carr
Director of Social Work Program
Assistant Professor of Social Work