Department of Social Work Education
Dr. Martha Vungkhanching, Professor and Chair
Professional and Human Services 128
BA in Social Work, B.A.
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Social Work and Child Welfare and Attendance, Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Social Work, Credential
MSW in Social Work, M.S.W.
PREB in Pre-Social Work
The profession of social work is dedicated to meeting the diverse social service needs of special populations of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. As a practice-oriented profession, social work deals with social concerns that range from societal oppression to people's emotional/behavioral problems.
The Department of Social Work Education offers two degree programs to educate beginning and advanced social work practitioners who can meet complex client needs in a broad range of public and private human service settings and who can perform in a variety of roles using a multisystems approach. The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program prepares students for beginning generalist social work practice as well as for graduate study in the human service field, including social work. The Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) prepares the learner for advanced multisystems social work practice as well as for doctoral study in social work and related human service arenas. Both the B.A. and the M.S.W. programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.