Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
At the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, we seek to provide an exciting and challenging program that prepares undergraduate students on the Norman campus for a career in social work. We have maintained accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education since 1974 and continually offer high-quality education. The profession of social work is devoted to the enhancement of human well-being and to the alleviation of poverty and oppression. Social workers strive to promote the empowerment and well being of individuals, families, communities, and organizations in an increasingly global society. Bachelor level social workers are skilled in advocacy, case management, group work, and are often employed by healthcare facilities, the Department of Mental Health, Department of Human Services, Office of Juvenile Affairs, and a wide variety of non-profit agencies. If you are motivated to help others and have a passion for the advancement of social justice, then social work is a great career choice. BSW students come into the program having completed a set of prerequisite courses and then enter into two years of social work courses.
To view the full listing of these courses for students admitted Fall 2017 and earlier, click here (pdf).
To view the full listing of these courses for students admitted Fall 2018 and later, click here (pdf).