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School of Social Work Vision and Mission
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Goals for the School of Social Work


GOAL 1: We prepare self-aware, ethically grounded baccalaureate and masters social workers committed to recognizing and dismantling systems of oppression and building liberation.

GOAL 2: Students and faculty are innovative leaders who use critical thinking, self-reflection, and participatory intervention skills, and practice at the micro, meso, and macro levels to promote social change.

GOAL 3: Students and faculty engage in critical analysis of the social work knowledge base, the profession’s history, and future directions.

GOAL 4: Students and faculty conduct compelling, impactful, and collaborative research and scholarship.

GOAL 5: Our program serves as a state-wide leader in social work development, continuing education, and community capacity-building.