As a student in our Social Work program, you can help “be the change you wish to see in the world” (Mahatma Gandhi). We embrace a strengths perspective to serve clients, families, groups, organizations and society to promote well-being, social justice and respect for all humankind.
You will learn about the profession’s commitment to the values of human diversity and the dignity and worth of all people, as well as the importance of ethical decision-making, life-long learning, self-awareness and the ability to interact with others with integrity. This career-oriented major provides many hands-on opportunities with diverse populations throughout our classes. Your capstone experience includes a field placement of 400 hours, in which you will have the opportunity to shadow and engage in direct practice with professional social service agencies.
Employment demands for social workers are increasing exponentially, making this an excellent time to join the profession. The flexibility of the social work field allows you many avenues to serve others. Also, you have the opportunity to take a series of classes to become eligible for a certificate as a Chemical Dependency Counseling Assistant. Upon completion of our undergraduate curriculum, you will be eligible to apply for licensure as a “Licensed Social Worker” in Ohio.
Credits to Earn a Major
Semesters to Complete
Students who satisfactorily complete the undergraduate curriculum in social work are eligible to apply for licensure as a "Licensed Social Worker" in the State of Ohio.
- PY130 Introduction To Psychology
- SS380 Research Methods And Statistics In The Social Sciences I
- SW130 Introduction To Social Welfare And Social Work
- SW333 Direct Practice With Diverse Clients And Communities
- SW335 Human Behavior In The Social Environment
- SW341 Interventions With Individuals
- SW343 Interventions With Groups And Families
- SW365 Macro Practice: Promoting Policy And Community Change
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