The Bradley Social Work Program is nationally recognized as an outstanding undergraduate social work program. It is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Our graduates are licensable in Illinois and most other states, and they receive advanced standing in most graduate schools of social work. We have three faculty and about 75 majors. This allows a great deal of individual attention for each student.
Over the last ten years, all of our students have either been enrolled in graduate school or employed within four months of graduating. Our graduates work primarily in social work fields, but some have gone into the Peace Corps, Teach for America, or non-governmental organizations in the United States and in other countries. Our graduates are admitted to the best master of social work programs as well as law schools and other graduate programs. Most pursue careers in therapy and child and family services, but some pursue careers in political or community organizing.
The program is based upon a generalist social work model. It emphasizes three major themes: research based practice, a commitment to understanding and practicing in a diverse culture, and a focus on persons in their environment.
Hogan receives Distinguished Book Award from Midwest Sociological Society
Sociology Department Chair Dr. Jackie Hogan recently received the 2014 Distinguished Book Award from the Midwest Sociological Society for her book “Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America.”
Bradley Students Find Success at Statewide Paper Competition for the Second Consecutive Year
Earlier this semester, one current Bradley student and two recent graduates were happily surprised to discover they had tied for second place and claimed third place in the Illinois Sociological Association’s Undergraduate Student Paper Competition for academic essays.
Professors take on Gettysburg Address
To commemorate the Gettysburg Address, professors try their hand at 272 words