Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
- 125 semester hour degree program
- 30 hours of coursework in human behavior, practice, research, and policy
- 480 clock hours of fieldwork in a social services agency
A Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) combines liberal arts with social work classes to prepare individuals for entry into direct human service professional positions. More information here.
Master’s Degree in Social Work
- 60 semester hour degree program
- Two concentrations: Clinical Social Work and Community and Administrative Leadership
- Flexible study options: 1 to 3½ year programs
- 1,020 hours of field practicum
The Master of Science in Social Work program prepares students for advanced social work practice and policy-related administration with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. This professional degree offers a broad spectrum of career opportunities in settings such as private agencies, hospitals, schools, private practice, and local, state and federal government including the legislature. More information here.
We conduct regularly scheduled information meetings for prospective MSSW students. See the Meeting schedule here.
Doctoral Degree in Social Work
- 47 credit hours, excluding dissertation
- Emphasis on research related to practice and policy
- Opportunities to teach in the School of Social Work
- Collaboration with faculty in a variety of research areas
Students in the doctoral program have many opportunities to become involved in ongoing applied research and training projects across a wide range of areas. More information here.