BSW Program

Located within the School of Education and Human Services, the Social Work Department offers an accredited bachelor's degree in social work. Graduates are eligible for certification in Michigan and national licensure to be entry-level professional social workers. The program fulfills a regional and national need for social workers. Many of our students are first-generation college students and non-traditional students, and many are drawn to the field because of their own experiences within the human services system.

Social Work General Program (BSW)

Social Work Department  

This curriculum is designed for students intending to graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree.  The BSW program is designed to meet the needs of students who intend to prepare for professional generalist social work practice at the bachelor level, those who seek eligibility to register for the state licensure exam and/or advanced standing for graduate study in social work. The four-year 124-credit program includes 77 credits of social work and complementary courses, which are individually selected in consultation with a Social Work Academic advisor.

The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and is subject to its accreditation standards.

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