Minor in Social Work
Angelo State University’s minor in social work is grounded in the person-to-environment prospective. Courses in the minor provide students with an understanding of people who may require social services.
Our courses complement today’s outcome-based social service environment and will expose students to:
- Biopsychosocial theories of human behavior
- Assessment and evaluation methods
- Micro- and macro-level intervention techniques
This minor is highly applied and structured and provides exposure to the social work profession.
The social work minor consists of 18 semester credit hours (SCH), including these required courses in social work (SWK):
- 2307 Introduction to Social Work
- 2317 Social Welfare Policy and Practice
- 3307 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
Students also choose nine credit hours from these social work (SWK) courses:
- 4303 Social Work and Children/Families
- 4305 Social Work and Mental Health
- 4307 Social Work and Aging
- 4309 Social Work and Health Care
- 4313 Social Work and Groups
- 4317 Social Work and Case Management
- 4323 Social Work and the Military
- 4327 Social Work and Human Sexuality
Of those 18 semester credit hours, at least six semester credit hours from the upper-level course options listed above are required in residence. A minimum grade of “C” is required in all social work courses counted toward the minor. A split or dual minor is not available in social work.