Social work is a broad interdisciplinary field of study that uses concepts from management, social sciences, economics, education, communications and psychology. The Associate of Applied Science in Social Work from McKinley College gives students the opportunity to earn a valuable education while still fulfilling current career and family obligations.
The curriculum aims to prepare graduates for careers in small or large organizations, non-profit and for-profit and government institutions, schools, and community service departments. The courses will focus on key concepts of social work such as: multicultural issues, child and adult problems, sociology, welfare, public relations and psychology.
The courses should give students the needed understanding of behaviors and social welfare programs to enter the field of social work with a significant knowledge and skills to communicate between the general public, doctors, officials, and other administrative staff. Students will study courses through interactive online programs, with industry involved faculty members.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Official transcripts
- TOEFL, if applicable
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