Undergraduate Social Work
WSU offers several options for undergraduate students interested in pursuing a degree in social work.
Bachelor of Social Work
WSU's traditional bachelor of social work (BSW) degree, offered in Winona, is a four-year undergraduate professional degree.
The first two years consist of general education classes along with a series of foundation courses.
Then students apply for admission to the Social Work program, which is four semesters of core classes.
Hybrid Bachelor of Social Work
Coursework is delivered in a hybrid format that combines both online and face-to-face learning.
The core curriculum is the same in both traditional and hybrid deliveries and across both campuses.