University of Arkansas School of Social Work

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University of Arkansas School of Social Work
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Established 1940
Director Marcia Shobe
Location Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
36°04′10″N 94°10′18″W / 36.06949°N 94.17156°W / 36.06949; -94.17156Coordinates: 36°04′10″N 94°10′18″W / 36.06949°N 94.17156°W / 36.06949; -94.17156
Campus University of Arkansas
Affiliations University of Arkansas
Website http://socialwork.uark.edu/

The School of Social Work at the University of Arkansas offers education in various fields of social work.

Degrees[edit]

The Baccalaureate Social Work (BSW) program has been offered since 1940, one of the oldest undergraduate social work programs in the United States.[1] The Master Social Work program is also available for graduate Social Work students.[2]

Social Work Research Center[edit]

The Social Work Research Center was established in 2001, and studies poverty in Arkansas.[3] Results are published and brought to the attention of federal and state politicians.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BSW Program." University of Arkansas. Website. 7-19-2008.
  2. ^ "MSW Program." University of Arkansas. Website. 7-19-2008.
  3. ^ "Social Work Research Center." University of Arkansas. Website. 7-19-2008.