Develop your innate sense of care and concern for others into a rewarding career in social services with a degree in Social Work from Weekend/Evening & Online College at Mount Saint Mary’s University.
There are those among us who feel an intrinsic sense of care and concern for those around them, wanting to help or facilitate the needs of those who are less fortunate or require assistance with many of the things in life that most of us take for granted. For those people, the Weekend/Evening & Online College degree program in Social Work is the answer.
Prepare for a rewarding career in social services across a variety of public, private and non-governmental organizations that exist to help others. Or continue your studies and earn a graduate degree at highly regarded institutions nationwide.
Career opportunities for social workers continue to escalate in today’s professional environment, with an emphasis on healthcare and gerontology. Serve others directly or as a referral agent across a wide array of community advocacies, including substance abuse rehabilitation, healthcare, housing, childcare, eldercare, adoption services, foster care, grief counseling, and job training. Pursue opportunities offered by cities, counties, states, federal agencies, non-profit organizations like hospitals, schools, mental health centers, corrections facilities, or other heath and human services settings.
Become the advocate you know you can be, and serve your community in a truly fulfilling career, with a degree in Social Work from Weekend/Evening & Online College.
Available Program Formats
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Weekend, Evening & Online
Choose your own schedule. Instruction takes place on select weekends, evenings, in-person or online. Combine all formats, or choose the one that works for you.
The following is a complete listing of degree requirements for those seeking to earn a BW in Social Work from Weekend/Evening & Online College at Mount Saint Mary’s University. For more information, please consult a Mount advisor.
- SOC 1: Introduction to Sociology (3 units)
- SOC 13: Anatomy for Social Services
BIO 40: Anatomy
- MTH 38: Elements of Probability and Statistics (3 units)
BUS 38: Elements of Probability and Statistics
PSY 40: Basic Statistical Methods (3 units)
- SOC 118: Qualitative Research Methods
- SOC 120: Case Management (3 units)
- SOC 121: Human Services Ethics
- SOC 128: Introduction to Social Work
- SOC 130: Organizational Communication
- SOC 134: Mediation (3 units)
SOC 130: Human Communication
- SOC 162: Human Rights (3 units)
- SOC 189: Gerontology (3 units)
- SOC 197AB: Internship and Practicum – two semesters (6 units)
- Plus three elective courses (9 units)
Total Units for Major: 54 units
Total Units for Complete Bachelor’s Degree: 124 units