Social workers are change agents. They value diversity, justice, empowerment and advocacy for all persons, especially the vulnerable, poor or oppressed. They work in a number of settings to improve the quality of life of individuals and communities.
Graduates from the ACU School of Social Work are prepared to become leaders in their areas of interest, utilizing evidence-based interventions and contributing to the knowledge of the profession through effective and ethical practice, as well as dissemination of research and practice findings in professional journals and other venues.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
Major Requirements: 58 credit hours
Electives: 14 credit hours
Total Required: 128 credit hours
|School/College||College of Education and Human Services
You’ll take courses such as:
ACU social work students can get involved with many outside-the-classroom learning opportunities, including: