School of Social Work

The School of Social Work offers Bachelor's and Master's degrees (both are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education), two graduate certificates (Substance Abuse and Gerontology), and School Social Work Licensure. Our programs creatively engage and challenge students in an educational process which prepares them for professional practice and leadership roles in the social work profession. Required field/internship placements have led to permanent employment for many students. Alumni hold clinical and administrative positions in both public and private health and mental health settings, schools, state and federal government structures, child and family agencies, substance abuse clinics, and agencies serving aging populations.

Career Opportunities
  • Employment/Occupational Social Work
  • International Social WorkChild Welfare
  • Community Organization
  • Mental Health/Clinical Social Work
  • Public Welfare
  • Health Care
  • Development Disabilities