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Sarah Stob, social work alumnus

Social Work

Want to Make a Difference in People's Lives?

Develop Real-World Social Work Skills to Help Others

Being a social worker means empowering society's most vulnerable members and helping them overcome challenges.

In our Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program, you'll train as a social work generalist - meaning you'll be prepared to assist individuals, families, groups and communities function successfully, helping them deal with a vast array of obstacles.

Next Classes Start January 6




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Valerie Nichols
Social Work Program Advisor
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  • Why Study Social Work at Belmont?
  • What You'll Learn
  • Career Success in Social Work
  • Accreditation