Metropolitan State's social work program helps students acquire the values, knowledge and skills necessary to work with individuals and families to maintain their cultural identities while increasing their capacity to live and function successfully in two or more cultural environments. Students learn to work with communities to serve and nurture their members and to achieve a viable balance between community needs and available resources.
The Social Work program is a part of the College of Health, Community and Professional Studies and is offered as a major.
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