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Department of Social Work and Gerontology

            Crisis Worker Certification Course Available Fall 2021
Only 15 seats available.
Credit hours and textbook funded by Utah Work and Learn Grant
Contact the department for registration information:
bsw@weber.edu

ATTENTION STUDENTS: AN ADDITIONAL SECTION OF SW 3500 HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE FALL SCHEDULE! CRN# 30657

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MSW PROGRAM COMING FALL 2021

Degree Programs

 

Social Work

What can I do with a social work degree?

A social work degree teaches you to help people navigate complex relationships and complicated life events.

With your degree, you can become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and find careers in community organizations, nonprofits and government agencies, or you can go on to graduate studies.

Social Work Programs

Gerontology

What can I do with a gerontology minor?

A gerontology minor gives you an expertise in physical, psychological and social aspects of aging, along with skills to enhance lives of older people.

Graduates enter careers in the field of aging and have a greater understanding of issues they face as they grow older.

Gerontology Programs

 

Weber State offers one of the most affordable social work programs in the country.

Human Services Edu ranks Weber State’s Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Social Work among the Most Affordable BSW Programs in America (and as the most affordable social work bachelor’s degree in Utah) for 2019–20.

Current WSU Tuition & Costs

 

Admissions

Weber State’s social work major accepts students after they’ve completed certain requirements. You can join our Bachelor of Integrated Studies or gerontology programs at any point during your WSU education. 

Take your first step toward a rewarding career in social work or gerontology.

How to Apply

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes

All Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) programs measure and report student learning outcomes. Students are assessed on their mastery of the competencies that comprise the CSWE accreditation standards. These competencies are dimensions of social work practice all social workers are expected to master during their professional training.

CSWE Assessment

Department of Social Work & Gerontology

1299 Edvalson St Drive Dept 1211
Ogden UT 84408-1211

Lindquist Hall Building Room 330

801-626-6157
tarynpearce1@weber.edu