The Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) program prepares graduates for entry-level, generalist social work careers with individuals, families, and groups in need.
A Social Work Minor complements majors such as criminal justice, psychology, education, pharmacy, and other allied disciplines, helping students in their job searches and later work.
The Master of Social Work (MSW) program consists of 60 semester hours of course work and field practice taken full time (over 2 academic years) or online and part time (over 3 to 4 academic years).
The Dual Degree MSW-MPH program that affords students the opportunity to earn their master of social work (MSW) and the master of public health (MPH) degrees in three to five years.
For a full list of available courses please go here.