Social Work (Capital University)
Capital University’s social work major is a rigorous program of a required 18 courses that total up to over 60 course hours. This program requires at least 240 hours of hands-on fieldwork in a local agency before completion. Here, students engage in active learning to prepare them for social work in a number of different environments. This program is dedicated to creating professionals who value setting examples, social change and diversity.
Students begin their journey with a course in professional ethics, justice, and values as well as an introductory social work class. From there, students cover topics such as human behaviors, welfare programs and diversity. Classes also specialize in working with a certain sector of the population, such as families and individuals. Research methods and social science statistics classes are also required. During a student’s final stage, each is required to have fieldwork experience with one of the area’s social work agencies.
By the time they complete this two- to three-year program, students will be prepared to work in both urban and rural areas, as well as know how to apply technological resources in their work.
Capital University (Capital) is home to nearly 3,500 students from around the world. Capital has a wide range of bachelor's degree programs including Art Therapy, Music Technology, Athletic Training and Political Science. Capital offers on-campus accommodation through multiple residence halls, along with various meal plans and dining options. Students at...Read more About this school