The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) at Saint Martin’s is an interdisciplinary program that prepares students for entry level generalist practice in the field of social work.
The curriculum is designed to provide a broad theoretical base for students to draw from for social work practice.
Why Saint Martin's BSW?
Social work at Saint Martin’s is a rigorous, exciting environment where students leave as skilled, ethical, evidence-based practitioners. Our graduates are competitive applicants for advanced status entry into graduate programs. They are also among the most respected practitioners in the social work profession.
Beginning with the students' inspired good intentions, our program and teaching methods place special emphasis on social justice and cultural competence. Rooted in universal principles such as service, compassion and discipline, the BSW program produces thoughtful, knowledgeable, caring and visionary community leaders. We strive begin where each student "is," and help them create and grow into their professionalism with a focus on serving others.
Saint Martin's Bachelor of Social Work program is distinguished by:
- An 85+ percent acceptance rate for graduate school.
- Deeply caring faculty with extensive clinical experience.
- Direct student access to faculty and program directors.
- Advocacy, activism and volunteer activities through access to local government organizations.