Western Kentucky University

Mission

 

BSW Mission

The mission of the BSW Program at Western Kentucky University is to prepare culturally competent professionals who practice with diverse communities and client systems. The program promotes a commitment to professional ethics, leadership, professionalism, social justice and lifelong learning in order for graduates to practice successfully in a global community.

 Goals

• To prepare generalist social workers who are culturally competent and adept at integrating professional knowledge, values, and skills for practice with diverse populations and multigenerational client systems of various sizes

• To foster a respect for diversity and a commitment to the common good through the advancement of social justice.

• To instill a sense of oneself as a citizen of the world who is committed to ongoing professional growth and development

(Adopted by BSW Faculty 2008)

 

 Admissions

Application Procedures

Prerequisites

Major

Minor

Mission

Honors

Course Descriptions

Scholarships

SWSU - (Social Work Student Union)

Glasgow Regional Campus

Owensboro Regional Campus

Elizabethtown Regional Campus

 

BECOMING A SOCIAL WORK MAJOR AT WKU! (slideshow)

 

Orientation Materials

 

Dorissa Adey CHHS Awards

  Dorisa Adey BSW Field Award recipient
  Eileen Arnold CHHS Outstanding Teaching Award

 Shelby Hawn BSW CHHS Awards recipient

Shelby Haun Outstanding BSW
 (Bowling Green) Student Awards Recipient

 BSW Stephanie Cox BSW Outstanding Student in Elizabethtown

Dr. Dana Sullivan and Outstanding BSW
(Elizabethtown) student Stephanie Cox 
 
 
 
BSW student Crystal Glover CHHS awards
 
 
Dr. Larry Owens and Outstanding BSW
(Owensboro) student Crystal Glover

 

 

 Last Modified 2/27/14