Be a Changemaker of Tomorrow with a Bachelor of Social Work
Empower others and advance social justice. An undergraduate degree in social work from Bridgewater State University will provide you the tools you need to affect change in individuals, communities, organizations and social welfare programs — large and small.
You could pursue the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) or choose the Social Welfare minor to complement another major. Either way, the undergraduate social welfare programs offered by BSU’s Department of Social Work will prepare you to be a champion for social justice and improving the lives of others.
Social Work, BS
With your bachelor’s degree in social work from BSU, you’ll gain a foundation in evidence-based policy and practice, grounded in the principles of social justice. With this blended educational experience, you’ll not only have an idea of what type of organization you want to work in, you’ll be prepared to be a changemaker and leader in the industry of your choice.
Social Welfare Minor
The Social Welfare minor pairs well with a number of majors offered at Bridgewater State University, including psychology, sociology, anthropology, counseling, business, health, pre-law and pre-medicine.