Social Work (B.S.) (Adult Undergraduate)

Social Work (B.S.) (Adult Undergraduate)

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 3-4 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