Social Work, B.S.W.

The major in Social Work leads to a Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree which is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The program's primary objective is to prepare the student for beginning professional practice in social work. It also provides a foundation for students planning to pursue graduate study in social work.

In the spirit of sharing information related to the program's performance with the public, the following data is provided

Alumni Survey of Preparedness

A survey was conducted among alumni regarding how well their social work education had prepared them for each of the ten competencies which comprise generalist social work practice. Fixed choice responses:

1 = Very well prepared
2 = Well prepared
3 = Adequately prepared
4 = Poorly prepared

# CSWE Core Competencies Mean
1. Ability to identify as professional 1.6792
2. Apply ethical principles 1.7547
3. Apply critical thinking 1.7358
4. Ability to engage diversity 1.5283
5. Enhance human rights & economic justice 2.1132
6. Ability to engage in research 2.0943
7. Apply knowledge of human behavior 1.7925
8. Engage in policy practice 2.2453
9. Respond to contexts that shape practice 2.1509
10. Engage, assess, intervene & evaluate 1.6415

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