Social Work Program
Creighton Hall 437
Director: Barb Harris, Ph.D.
"When you do it right, social work is a feeling that is larger than your own life." ~ Ogden Rogers
Informed by Ignatian ideals, a global perspective, social work knowledge, values, skills, ethics, history and purpose, the Social Work Program is dedicated to the formation of competent, effective entry level generalist social work practitioners, as social change agents committed to the well-being of self and others, engaging in the pursuit of social and economic justice, empowerment of vulnerable populations, human rights, and the advancement of social work knowledge including the mutual influence of research and social work practice.