social work department
The Social Work program (BSW) of Huntington University focuses on the foundational values of the social work profession which are service, justice, integrity, dignity and worth of the person, importance of human relationships, and competence. Our nationally accredited social work program addresses the current needs of individuals, families, groups and communities, allowing students to be globally aware and locally active. Click here for more information about becoming a social worker.
Become licensed in any U.S. State
Our professional degree program will provide entry into the social work field and the capacity to become licensed in any U.S. state (Click here to learn more!). Your degree will also be recognized worldwide. Through classroom instruction, community service, global connections and over 600 hours of field experience, you will be prepared for entry-level generalist social work practice or for the pursuit of a master’s degree in social work.
Assessment for Student Learning Outcomes
The program seeks to measure the effectiveness of the education for
students through administration of the ten (10) core competencies as
prescribed by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) in accordance
with the 2008 Educational Performance and Assessment Standards (EPAS). For information about our outcomes, please see the Social Work Program's Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes 2013 and 2014.
As a student, you will have the opportunity to join our Student Council and our honor society, Phi Alpha. Click here to learn more!
100% of our graduates who have applied to Graduate School have been accepted and received advanced standing status. Want to know more? Click here!
100% of our graduates who pursue employment have found employment in social work fields of practice. Click here!
See photos and learn more about the department on Facebook! Visit social work alum page here or visit the Social Work Club page here.