Bachelor of Arts, Social Work

Administrator: Chair, Department of Social Work

Accreditation: This baccalaureate-level social work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

Requirements: 55-57 credits including 38 in social work

Core Requirements:
SOWK1720. Social Welfare in a Contemporary Society (3)
SOWK2110. Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare (3)
SOWK2850. Human Behavior in the Social Environment I: Theoretical Approaches Throughout the Lifespan(3)
SOWK2851. Human Behavior in the Social Environment II: Issues of Diversity(3)
SOWK3250. Substance Abuse, Prevention, and Intervention (3); or,
    SOWK3350. Child Welfare Services (3); or,
        SOWK3450. Social Work in Health Care (3)
SOWK3550. Social Work Methods I: Individuals and Families (3)
SOWK3551. Social Work Methods II: Groups, Organizations and Communities (3)
SOWK3750. Social Welfare Policy (3)
SOWK3960. Field Practice I (1)
SOWK3961. Field Practice II (1)
SOWK3970. Social Work Research and Statistics (3)
SOWK4094. Topics in Social Work (1)
SOWK4960. Social Work Practicum I (3)
SOWK4961. Social Work Practicum II (3)
SOWK4980. Seminar in Social Work I (1)
SOWK4981. Seminar in Social Work II/Capstone (1)

Foundation Courses:
CLTA1550. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3); or,
    SOGY2430. Social Problems in Modern Society (2); or,
    CLTA2030. Intercultural Communication (3)
PSYC1550. Introduction to Psychology (3)
PSYC3455. Abnormal Psychology (3)
BIOL1060. Human Biology (3)
POLS1030. The Foundations of Politics: The Quest for Peace and Justice (3); or,
    ECON1050. Analysis of Economic Issues (3)
SOGY3180. Race, Class and Gender (3); or,
    ENGL4270. Minority Voices in American Literature (3); or
An intermediate foreign language course (4)