- WSU offers both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in social work.
- As a social work major, you’ll gain practical skills through field experience.
- You can complete your degree with departmental honors, which will make you more attractive to employers and graduate schools.
- You can join organizations such as the National Association of Social Workers and Phi Alpha Honor Society.
- In Weber State’s Social Work Club, you can meet your peers and get involved in social, service and scholarly activities.
Bachelor's Degree in Social Work
Weber State’s social work major teaches you to how to help individuals, groups and communities solve issues and achieve goals.
Why Study Social Work at Weber State?
What Can You Do with a Social Work Degree?
A social work degree prepares you to work with community organizations, nonprofits and government agencies.
Recent graduates have found careers as:
- Social services coordinators
- Care managers
- Clinical social workers
- Behavioral therapist assistants
You’ll also be prepared to pursue graduate studies in social work or counseling.
Joining the Program
To become a social work major, you must complete prerequisite courses and our social work major application.
See our How to Apply page for details.
Contact our administrative specialist if you have questions on the process.
Lindquist Hall Building Room 330