Programs and Degrees
The School of Social Work offers programs for undergraduates and graduates.
An interdisciplinary program that prepares graduates for work in community youth development and human services fields, with a focus on serving urban and marginalized young people.
A 16-credit University-wide minor that combines related undergraduate courses in anthropology, child psychology, family social science, recreation/park and leisure studies, and sociology.
An 18-credit interdisciplinary program that offers students the opportunity to both theorize about the meanings of social justice and to practice "doing" social justice advocacy in community organizations.
A 15-credit interdisciplinary program that is intended for students who want to strengthen their educational experience with a research base and a set of practical skills in family violence.
A program that prepares students for leadership in advanced social work practice.
Three programs that provide the opportunity for students to earn two master's degrees.
- Master of Social Work/Master of Public Policy
- Master of Social Work/Master of Urban and Regional Planning
- Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health
A program for people who work with youth in traditional and nontraditional settings. The program assists professionals who work with and on behalf of youth to better understand the youth development process and to demonstrate leadership skills in their personal work settings.
A program that prepares students to contribute to the knowledge base of the social work profession and to work toward a just, nurturing, and inclusive society. The program emphasizes advanced scholarship, theory development, policy analysis, and research design and application.