Your life has a calling.
How will you answer it?
Learn the integration of faith and spirituality within social work practice — with sensitivity to the diversity of settings and populations of practice.
The Bachelor in Social Work Program is designed to educate the professional entry-level social worker. This means that a student graduating from Southeastern University with a Bachelor in Social Work is prepared with the knowledge, skills, values, and ethics of the profession. The BSW graduate will be able to enter any social work setting as an employee and assume beginning social work responsibilities.
The knowledge and skills students learn will empower them to promote, restore, maintain, and enhance the functioning of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. The graduate will also be prepared to plan, formulate, and implement social welfare policies, services, resources, and programs.
The Bachelor of Social Work program at Southeastern University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Students who complete this program are eligible to apply for our Advanced Standing MSW program.
Credit Hours: 120
Degree Delivery: On-Campus
Practicum Hours: 400
Tuition: See rates
This degree will prepare you for the field of social work in a variety of settings, including: