A minor in social work is available. The minor consists of SOWK 1111 Introduction to Social Work and any other 15 credits of social work courses (total 18 SOWK credits). Students minoring in social work may not take courses above the 2000 level without prior approval of the Social Work Program Director. Students wishing to pursue the minor in social work must notify the department in writing and be linked with a faculty adviser.
The minor is designed, primarily, to provide an appropriate learning experience for those planning a career in nursing: psychology; social and behavioral science; occupational, physical and speech and language therapy; criminal justice; and education.
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