Child and Family Studies Degree Concentration

Focus your degree concentration in child and family studies.

Bachelor of Social Work students may elect to follow a path that provides an emphasis on understanding and working with children and families. Through this optional concentration in child and family studies, students will receive field placements in both their junior and senior years in child/family settings, and must take two specific academic courses:

  • SWK 306 Introduction to Social Services with Children
  • SWK 728 Child Abuse and Neglect

Students considering this child and family studies concentration must make their interest known to the program director at the time of their acceptance into the undergraduate program.

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