The Social Work Program is intended to be a transfer program to a four year college. Students who graduate with a B.S. in Social Work have an incredible diversity of challenging employment opportunities, including but not limited to child protection, geriatrics, counseling, education, and meeting basic needs. The regional colleges and universities, in general, accept our students into their Social Work Programs as long as they have met the following Associates of Arts degree requirements. As part of the AA degree students should enroll and make at least a "B" in SW124, Introduction to Social Services and SW222, The Development of Social Welfare. The list below is suggested for Social Work Majors.
(6 hrs) Written Communication