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The social welfare minor prepares students for work in human service settings where a fundamental knowledge of human relations is required. It complements careers in journalism, communications, public administration, nursing and related fields, and provides a foundation for students who seek to pursue a MSW. The minor enhances and broadens students' abilities to analyze complex family, individual and societal problems in the context of societal values, cultural diversity and other social and economic variables. The minor also contributes to students' understanding of society and social behavior, encourages critical thinking and helps develop communication skills.
Social Welfare (Minor)
College of Public Service and Community Solutions
The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements:
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