Social Work

The Social Work concentration in the Counseling Psychology degree program allows students the opportunity to gain a broad perspective of the field of Social Work. Through their studies, students gain a better understanding of social problems within the community, family advocacy, and policies and their effects on certain populations.  Graduates from this program are prepared to better serve with a community agency right after college, or to enter a Master’s of Social Work graduate program.

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Minors

  • Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Discipleship
  • Anthropology
  • Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language ( TESOL)
  • Outdoor Leadership & Education

Program Layout

The Social Work concentration within the Counseling Psychology major is a 126 hour program that includes 69 hours of general education courses (including 30 hours of Bible and Theology), 15 hours of open electives, and 42 hours in Counseling Psychology courses. Classes include Christ Centered Counseling, Crisis & Trauma Counseling, Encountering Poverty, and Child & Family Advocacy.