2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Social Work

CAS Social Work graduates are considered professional social workers who can be employed in entry-level social work positions in the community. Upon successful completion of the program the student earns a baccalaureate degree and is eligible to begin to gain the two years of supervised practice required to qualify for licensed social worker designation (LSW). The admission requirements for the social work program are listed in the section: College of Health, Science, and Technology Special Admissions Criteria.