Social Work (B.S.)

Social Work (B.S.)

The Adult Undergraduate Social Work program will give you general skills to help individuals, groups, and communities function successfully in the social arena: from dealing with poverty and domestic abuse to disability and mental illness. The degree also includes training in statistics and research.

Departments/Programs
Social Work (B.S.)
Required Courses 39 Hours
SOCWK 1150 Introduction to Social Work 3 hours
SOCWK 2200 Social Welfare Policy, Services, and Delivery Systems 3 hours
SOCWK 2270 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 3 hours
SOCWK 2280 Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 3 hours
SOCWK 3090 Group Practice 3 hours
SOCWK 3100 Macro Practice 3 hours
SOCWK 3080 Micro Practice 3 hours
SOCWK 4650 Research Informed Practice 3 hours
SOCWK 4970 Field Practicum 1-9 hours
Social Work Electives 6 hours
Required Supporting Courses (19-20 hours)
Course Number Hours
SOC 1111 Introduction to Sociology 3 hours
BIO 1010 Perspectives in Biological Science 4 hours
BUSAD 2100 Business and Economic Statistics or
MATH 1300 Statistics
3 hours
POLSC 1000 United States Government and Politics 3 hours
PSYCH 1010FYW Introduction to Psychological Science 4 hours
Cultural Awareness (3 hours - select one of the following)
COMM 1600 Diversity Issues in U.S. Society 3 hours
SOC 1331 Race Relations and Minority Groups 3 hours
SOC 2340 Latino Experiences in U.S. Society 3 hours
ANTHR 2540 Native American Cultures 4 hours
General Education Requirements (39-45 hours)
Requirement Hours
English and Communication 6-9 hours
Developing Foundations 8-9 hours
Global Perspectives 6-8 hours
Western Intellectual and Religious Traditions 3 hours
U.S. Culture and Society 6 hours
Fine Arts 3 hours
Scientific Inquiry 7 hours