Department of Social Work
We are proud to offer graduate (M.S.W.) and undergraduate (B.S.S.W.) degrees in social work, both accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
Excellent Job Outlook
Because our students succeed in a rigorous academic setting, they are highly recruited by employers in North Dakota, South Dakota, and the western regions of Minnesota. Additionally, the Distance M.S.W. Program serves students throughout the United States with recent graduates and students from 33 states.
Children & Family Services Training Center (CFSTC)
Established in the Department of Social Work in 1984, CFSTC serves as the primary training agency for child welfare services in North Dakota. CFSTC is funded by the North Dakota Department of Human Services Division of Children and Family Services.
Academic Year 2021-2022.
Student and Field Education Handbooks
Social Work Mission Statement
Through its teaching, scholarship and service, the University of North Dakota Social Work Department advances social, economic and environmental justice, and enhances human well-being and quality of life within the state, region, and beyond.