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The Social Work degree is designed to prepare and qualify the student academically, professionally, and spiritually for quality educational and professional Christian service by providing knowledge and training in generalists social work and related disciplines, accompanied by appropriate elective studies. Students learn basic foundations, knowledge, research skills, policies, issues, practice methods, and social delivery systems coupled with an understanding of a Christian perspective and ministry-related community outreach faith-based endeavors. The Social Work degree at Southwestern enables students to have a strong academic foundation for entry-level social work positions as well as admission to graduate social work professional programs.

 

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