The nationally accredited Social Work Program at McDaniel College prepares students for entry-level, culturally sensitive, generalist practice with individuals, families, small groups, communities and organizations. Through coursework, field education, and a rich learning environment, students gain the knowledge, skills, values and training needed to work effectively with vulnerable and at-risk populations. Graduates can move directly into social work positions, are eligible for state licensure and qualify for advanced standing at most graduate schools of Social Work.
Equips students to assert leadership and act with compassion in a variety of human service environments at the local, state, national, and international levels. Social Work majors also work with a human service agency under the supervision of a master’s level social worker two days a week for a two-semester internship.