The Bachelor’s in Social Work degree program prepares students for beginner level social work generalists grounded in the core of professional values and competencies with an understanding and appreciation of the populations and institutions of Appalachia. The degree in Social Work allows graduates to work in a variety of settings. These can include child welfare agencies, nursing homes, hospitals, schools, group homes, mental health care centers, foster care agencies, probation officers.
Integrated Behavioral Health is offered alongside the degree as an area of specialization. Students who take this path are prepared to be on the cutting edge of interfacing with primary care physicians who work with underserved populations experiencing multiple chronic conditions. Research opportunities are available that emphasize the integration of behavioral health and primary care through the specialization in Integrated Behavioral Health.
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Dr. Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC)
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