The course of study for the Baccalaureate program consists of three major components:
- University core curriculum course work consists of a series of courses in sciences, fine arts, humanities, English, mathematics, communication, health, multicultural and interdisciplinary studies.
- Social work major course work provides a professional social work foundation that includes content on:
- Social welfare policy and services
- Populations at risk
- Social work practice
- Field Practicum
- Social work values and ethics
- Human diversity
- Social and economic justice
- Practice in rural areas
- General University electives may be taken to complete a minor in a related field or they may be selected to meet your individual interests and career goals.