Social Work


The program prepares graduates for general application of knowledge in entry level social work practices as well as continuing professional development. The degree is designed to prepare students with basic knowledge of theory and the ability to engage in thought with theoretical difficulty. Students should have the ability to work with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities in a variety of agency settings. Following is the Degree Plan for the major in Social Work.

 

SOCIAL WORK DEGREE PLAN

AREA, COURSE CODE AND NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CREDIT HOURS


General Core Education Requirements

See separate degree plan

44

Institutional Requirements

See separate degree plan

15

Social Work Required Courses

 

44

Electives

 

22

SOCW 2361

Introduction to Social Work

3

SOCW 2361

Field of Social Work

3

SOCW 3301

Violence and Abuse in Families

3

SOCW 3303

Social Welfare Legislation

3

SOCW 3305

Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

3

SOCW 3306

Human Behavior and the Social Environment II

3

SOCW 4302

Services to Children & youth in an Institutional Setting

3

SOCW 4304

Issues in Social Welfare Legislation and Policy

3

SOCW 4306

Ethics and Values in the Helping Professions

3

SOCW 4331

Seminar in Helping

3

SOCW 4332

Methods in Social Work Research

3

SOCW 4401

Field Instruction I

4

SOCW 4422

Field Instruction II

4

MATH 1432

Applied Statistics

3

 

 

 

Social Science Electives

3000 and 4000 Levels

22

 

 

 

Total

125