ASU Social Work Students

Department of Social Work

Turn your desire to help and empower people, families, and communities into a future in social work, public health, advocacy or family services with a Bachelor of Social Work from Alabama State University.

ASU’s Bachelor of Social Work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)---it’s the only accredited social work program in Montgomery. Here, you’ll study human behavior, psychology, anthropology, social welfare and welfare policy and services. You’ll also get the real world experience you need to succeed through field work in local social service agencies.


CSWE-Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) Reporting Requirements

 

Download the CHEA BSW Report 2020

Download the CHEA MSW Report 2020


Faculty and Staff

 

Bachelor of Social Work

Explore the Bachelor of Social Work program at ASU, and learn more about:


Master of Social Work

Explore the Master of Social Work program at ASU.


Minor in Social Welfare

Learn the ins and outs of welfare policy reform with a minor in social welfare from ASU---a great complement to your degree in social work, political science, sociology or criminal justice.

First organized in 1974, the Social Work program was accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) in 1989 and reaffirmed in 2000 for an 8-year period. It gained full status as a separate academic department in 1994.


Resource Room

The Resource Room is designed to address the physical and psychosocial needs of students on campus to promote academic success. Hunger and food insecurity are realities students too often face during their matriculation through higher learning. In addition, other stressors like access to hygiene items, access to professional attire for internships and employment opportunities, access to infant hygiene items for parenting students and psychosocial support can impact students' academic success and retention. This resource room has been developed with these concerns in mind, as a one stop location to supplement the needs of students on campus and provide access to on- or off- campus resources or referrals as needed.