Social Work - UVF

Bachelor of Social Work

121

Total Credits

On-Campus

Format

Accepting Transfer Credits

  • Social Worker
  • Mental Health or Addiction Counselor
  • Senior Citizen Advocate
  • Homeless Advocate
  • Women’s Advocate

Program Director

Allison Faust, M.S.W.

a_faust@valleyforge.edu

Bachelor of Social Work

The Bachelor of Social Work in the Behavioral Sciences Department is designed to prepare students for a life of leadership and service in the church and world, as generalist practitioners who incorporate faith and a Christian worldview with their commitment to professional social work service. This degree is useful for students who have a heart for helping people and desire to effect positive change in the world around them.

 

The UVF Social Work program is nationally recognized by the Council on Social Work Education and has been accredited by CSWE since 2012. This national accreditation enables graduates of the UVF Social Work program to be eligible for advanced-standing in CSWE accredited Master’s level social work program thereby eliminating one year of a two year Master’s program.

With a degree in Social Work, you will:

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121

Total Credits

On-Campus

Format

Accepting Transfer Credits

Career Opportunities

Contact

Program Director

Allison Faust, M.S.W.

a_faust@valleyforge.edu

The Bachelor of Social Work in the Behavioral Sciences Department is designed to prepare students for a life of leadership and service in the church and world, as generalist practitioners who incorporate faith and a Christian worldview with their commitment to professional social work service. This degree is useful for students who have a heart for helping people and desire to effect positive change in the world around them.

 

The UVF Social Work program is nationally recognized by the Council on Social Work Education and has been accredited by CSWE since 2012. This national accreditation enables graduates of the UVF Social Work program to be eligible for advanced-standing in CSWE accredited Master’s level social work program thereby eliminating one year of a two year Master’s program.

With a degree in Social Work, you will: