Department of Social Work and Human Services

The Department of Social Work and Human Services offers an undergraduate degree in Human Services as well as the graduate Master of Social Work. Both are accredited programs (CSHSE and CSWE respectively). Additionally, the department offers the Child Advocacy certification and the Nonprofit Leadership certificate which are open to both majors and non-majors.

  • Value-Added

    The Department of Social Work and Human Services gives back over $2.3 million annually to the community through student internships and volunteer efforts (in over 100,000 hours)


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      Talk to Strangers

      Join us for a discussion regarding universities and communities building a stronger future with guest speaker David Lubell, founder and executive director of Welcoming America, on Tuesday, November 7, from 6:30 PM to 7:45 PM, in Prillaman Hall 1000 (Auditorium)—more information

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      Representing Academia

      Dr. Lisa Johnson, LCSW, HS-BCP is Vice-President of SafePath Children's Advocacy Centers Board of Directors. She is the first community member representing academia on the Board. She is also the recipient of a $10,000 grant from Help for Children (HFC) in support of her qualitative research project.


    • Graduate Programs Informational Meetings

      October 5th 6pm-8pm
      Indoor Plaza

      November 11th 10am-12pm
      Room 3213

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      • Child Advocacy Studies (CAST)

        Earn a certificate in Child Advocacy Studies which focuses on developing students’ understanding of the numerous factors that lead to child maltreatment and of existing responses to incidents of child maltreatment.

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        • Impact Lives

          Your contribution to the Department of Social Work and Human Services helps us to create opportunities for our students and our community.