Bachelor of Social Work
The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree program prepares students for entry-level practice in social work.
Master of Social Work
The core curriculum of the graduate program emphasizes the integration of content in the five major curricular areas: social work practice, human behavior and the social environment, social welfare policy and services, research, and field education.
The purpose of the PhD Program is to prepare social work scholars equipped to engage in research on contemporary urban issues and problems for the advancement of social work practice and social welfare policy.
Students in the program leading to the Master of Social Work degree may also participate in the following graduate certificate programs: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies, Infant Mental Health, Gerontology, Developmental Disabilities, and Social Work Practice with Families and Couples.
Our continuing education programs are distinguished by quality instruction provided by highly experienced social work practitioners on substantive issues encountered in today’s practice environment.