The social work major at Coppin State University prepares undergraduate students for generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. Students learn to use professional knowledge, values and skills to implement planned change strategies designed to address the needs and problems of diverse populations in the society. Students who complete the requirements for a major in social work earn a BS degree in social work.
Graduate Degree Information
Senior students are offered guidance and assistance in preparing for the state licensing examination and securing employment. Job opportunities for a licensed bacculaureate graduate are favorable. Social work majors who wish to consider graduate studies will find faculty available to assist them. A range of exciting graduate school opportunities is offered to seniors each year.