Change lives and make a difference in a wide variety of settings.
Our curriculum shows our commitment to evidence-based practice knowledge, values and skills through classroom experiences and field education. We produce versatile, multi-talented social workers, who can address needs and emerging issues within contexts ranging from individual services to policy innovation, from community organizing to resource development. A focus on social work values and ethics and practice with diverse populations is infused throughout the curriculum.
As a social work student, you get the opportunity to learn about the profession in a number of activities and organizations like conferences and the Social Work Student Association.
All our students complete fieldwork as part of their education. There is a wide range of agencies and locations where our students participate in hands-on learning.
Students can apply to become a social work major after completing 60 hours of coursework. Learn more about the admissions process.
Social work students have a wide range of choices when they graduate. They can go to graduate school or begin work. Social workers can be found in a variety settings: