Bachelor of Social Work | Program Details
Northern Michigan University’s Bachelor of Social Work program offers a CSWE-accredited curriculum that prepares students to enter social work in various settings. Students are also well prepared to continue their education to pursue more advanced social work positions.
The program is built for your life so you can earn your degree with maximum flexibility without sacrificing quality. Students take part in both synchronous and asynchronous courses, allowing them to balance the coursework on their own time with the benefit of networking with fellow students and professors.
Graduates of this program learn skills based on widely applicable theory and go on to work in settings like schools, hospitals, nonprofit agencies, local, state and federal government offices and anywhere there are people in need. Social workers are trained to help their clients tap into their individual potential and connect to external resources in an effort to bring about lasting positive change.