The Social Work education program prepares competent and effective generalist social work professionals for entry into direct professional practice positions with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations.
The Legal Studies Program is much more applied, teaching skills that will be applicable in the law office, such as legal business applications and knowledge of specialty law subjects. Most classes are based on lectures and focused projects. The program studies the connection between law and politics and is a popular avenue to law school.
The concentration in Family and Consumer Science Education leads to certification for teaching in secondary schools. Because of the diversity of high school courses they may teach, students take courses in different areas--clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, consumerism, housing, child development, family relationships, and resource management.