Bachelor of Social Work
The Social Work Program teaches students about patterns of behavior of individuals, families, organizations, and communities in order to prevent or reduce the problems of our rapidly changing society. Students will learn to help others, change damaging social conditions, and boost social and economic well-being. The program focuses on developing an individual’s understanding of differences in ethnicity, culture, race, and gender and on accepting and/or using these differences to create a better society. Licensing and certification requirements include graduation from an institution accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Limestone College receives accreditation from the CSWE since 2001.