Degrees
Social Work Concentration, Arts & Sciences AA

The Social Work Concentration provides basic knowledge of societies, social interaction, social inequality, and human behavior and a foundation for continued study in sociology and anthropology.

Program Goals

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of sociological and anthropological perspectives and major theories used to explain individual and group behavior.
  2. Use critical thinking skills to perform sociological and anthropological analysis on selected contemporary social issues.
  3. Collect, analyze, and interpret social research.
  4. Understand the nature of diversity and globalization and the importance of intercultural differences within and between local and global communities.
  5. Communicate orally or in writing how social sciences contribute to the understanding of the social world.

Social Work Concentration, Arts & Sciences AA

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Michael Stovall Phone: 410-386-8206 Email: mstovall@carrollcc.edu The Arts and Sciences Social Work Concentration at Carroll Community College provides basic knowledge of societies, social interaction, social inequality, and human behavior and a foundation for continued study in sociology and anthropology. Carroll students are expected to check with their chosen transfer institution and consult with a Carroll academic advisor along with ARTSYS at artsys.usd.edu in selecting General Education and elective courses. Students who intend to transfer to McDaniel may take SW2214 for the cost of a Carroll course. Students may also consider a free course at Hood College, SOWK 201. For details about either of these special agreements, see an academic advisor in the Advising and Transfer Center. The following courses are required for this concentration; some courses fulfill General Education requirements: MATH-115, PSYC-101, SOC-101, and two of PSYC-211, SOC-105, SOC-110, and/or SOC-125.

Social Work Concentration Arts & Sciences

General Education Requirements

Social Work Concentration Electives

  • Take 19 elective credits: Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's catalog to select transferable courses as necessary to meet the 60 credit degree total.

General Education Diversity Requirement

  • Take 2 Diversity-designated General Education courses (courses used to satisfy other requirements may also satisfy this requirement):

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