Career Opportunities

The Social Work Program (BSW) is accredited at the B.S.W. level by the Council on Social Work Education and prepares competent entry-level generalist social workers who are committed in affirming values of individual life and respect for cultural diversity. With a liberal arts foundation and within a Christian environment (which emphasizes caring for the poor, the marginalized, and working toward a community that is just and non-judgmental) the social work student will be able to integrate the knowledge, values, and skills of the profession into a broad range of social work practice.

Careers (The National Association of Social Workers, 2008)

Mental Health Therapy
Disaster Relief
Military Social Work
Rural Social Work
Adoption & Foster Care

Child Welfare Services
Family Preservation Services
Homeless Family Assistance
Eating Disorders
Genetics

Hospital Social Work
Crisis Intervention
School Violence
Hospice and Palliative Care
Depression

Institutional Care
Chronic Pain
Outpatient Treatment
Development Disabilities
International Social Work

Advocacy, Consulting
  Community Mental Health
Employee Assistance
Private Practice
Veterans Services
Child Abuse & Neglect

Domestic Violence
Political Development
Parent Education
Family Planning/
HIV/AIDS

School Alternative Programs
Difficulties in School
Gerontology Services
Community-Based Services
In-Home Services

Senile Dementia and Alzheimer's
Addictions Prevent/Treatment
Criminal Justice
Housing Assistance
Public Welfare

Employment Services