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The Social Work Program at TWU is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The program is based on the generalist model and includes theoretical concepts, values, and skills taught through participation in classroom, laboratory, and field settings.


The B.S.W. degree prepares majors for beginning-level professional practice in careers such as:
  • Family and Children’s Services including Department of Family and Protective Services and Child Protective Services
  • Youth Work
  • Community Mental Health
  • Public Welfare
  • Services for the Elderly
  • Women's Shelters
  • Hospital/Medical Social Work 
  • For more information on social workers please refer to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Courses & Degree Plan

Field Education

Associations & Boards

For additional information about the practice of social work, you may wish to look at the following websites:


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