The 120-credit Bachelor of Science in Social Work will prepare you to enter the workforce, launching a career of helping people cope with life’s challenges and advocating for a just society, as well as continuing to graduate level education. We offer liberal arts based, relationship-centered education where students form close connections with their professors and each other.
The curriculum includes courses related to policy, practice, human development and social systems’ behavior, research as well as practicum-related seminars. Students learn the social work foundation of knowledge, skills and values through small class engagement with stimulating topics, role plays, case studies, videos, TED talks, close reading and reflective writing.
They engage (in the Junior and Senior years) in field practice in diverse settings including schools, homeless shelters, child and family counseling centers, charitable organizations, senior citizen facilities and social service agencies. Beyond the classroom and field placement, we offer a very active student club, which provides you with opportunities for numerous exciting community service activities.
English Language Institute
English Language Institute (1 semester) $5,000
Direct Admission (2 semesters) $37,926
Estimated Room, Board & Fees $16,266 - $19,614