More than 95 percent of our graduates have either found employment or entered graduate school within three months of graduation
Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) since 1995
Smaller class sizes allow for more personal attention with faculty
Transfer students can easily migrate into our program.
Almost 90 percent of our graduates are able to meet all requirements and obtain professional licensure immediately upon graduation
Our graduates have been admitted to graduate schools in social work, the law, liberal studies, and public administration in eight states
All of our faculty have extensive professional practice experience
Outstanding field placement possibilities in both rural and urban settings
An active social work club
An active chapter of Phi Alpha Honor Society
Social work is a developing profession in Vietnam and the universities
are trying to create professional programs and internship opportunities
for students there.
Social Work Publications:
- Wilgus, A.J. (forthcoming).
Differentiation and Remarriage: A
Thirty Year Journey. In P. Titelman
(Ed). Differentiation: Bowen family systems theory perspectives. New York, NY:
- Hampton-Farmer, C., Laverick, E., Denecker, C., Tulley, C.,
Diederich, N. & Wilgus, A. (2013). Growing
a Faculty Writing Group on a Traditionally Teaching-Focused Campus: A Model for Faculty Development. Journal of Faculty Development, 27 (2),
- Wilgus, A.J. (2012).
Suicide and Systems. Family Systems. 9 (2), 9-29.
- Wilgus, A.J. (2011). Incorporating Bowen Theory into an
Undergraduate Social Work Curriculum: An
Exercise in the Responsible Management of Self.
In C.M. White & O. Bregman (Eds). Bringing Systems Thinking to
Life: Expanding the Horizons for Bowen
Family Systems Theory. New
York, NY: Routledge.
- Wilgus, A.J. (2008).
Triangles at the Time of a Chronic Illness and Death. In P. Titelman (Ed.), Triangles: Bowen family systems theory perspectives (pp.
157-172). Binghamton, New York: Haworth Press.
- Wilgus, A.J. (2004). Peace Follows Principle: Theory Comes Alive in the Face of Death. Family Systems Forum, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer),
1, 8, 11-12, 14-15. Houston, Texas.
- Wilgus, A.J. (2003). Lone Wolves and Rogue Elephants: Emotional Cutoff Among Animals. In P.
Titelman (Ed.), Emotional Cutoff: Bowen family systems theory perspectives . (pp.
67-81). Binghamton, New York: Haworth Press.
- Wilgus, A.J. & I. Epstein. (1978). Group Homes for Adolescents: A Comparative Case Study. Social Work, Vol.
23, No. 6 (November), 486-491.