Undergraduate Majors

Program Overview

The School of Social Work offers two majors: social welfare and social work. These majors prepare the student for further academic study or for employment in selected human service arenas.

The undergraduate curriculum provides an education in the social and behavioral sciences and their application to human problems. Majors in social welfare and social work receive a liberal arts education that prepares them to be informed citizens involved in human services or social welfare problems and policies.

Curriculum and Major Requirements

Please see the UW Undergraduate Guide for curriculum and major requirements details.

The Guide also has a list of approved Social Science Concentration courses for:

Please also review the School of Social Work's MSW & BSW Student Rights and Responsibilities.