The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program at North Carolina A & T State University

Thank you for your interest in the BSW Program in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at North Carolina A & T State University. At this site you will find information about the program, faculty, activities and collaborations.

Our BSW Program is a four-year undergraduate degree, accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), the profession of social work’s national educational accrediting body. No credit is given for life experience.

As a faculty, we are educators, scholars and learners striving to promote integrity, self-determination, collaboration, diversity, innovation and excellence in all we do. These values shape our curriculum, guide our research, and support our efforts in developing leaders. Every day we model our commitment to service, scientific inquiry, and academic strength. We strive to support the development of informed and responsible global citizens by mentoring our students in the classroom and in the larger society.

We believe that social work is indeed social change! We look forward to strategically engaging you to learn more about this growing and rewarding field. To learn more please click here.

Dr. Maura Nsonwu
Director of the Bachelor of Social Work Program


  • RSS Feed

Academic Advising Conference Set for May 14 at North Carolina A&T

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host its third-annual North Carolina Academic Advising Conference on Monday, May 14, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Academic Classroom Building.

N.C. A&T to Celebrate 127th Founder’s Day March 22

N.C. A&T State University will hold its annual Founders Day convocation program, from 10 a.m. – noon, Thursday, March 22, in Harrison Auditorium. Tonya Smith- Jackson, Ph.D., CPE will deliver the keynote address.

N.C. A&T Receives $1 Million to Support Scholarships for the College of Engineering

N.C. A&T State University’s leadership in education of the engineers of tomorrow so energized a supporter that the individual recently gave $1 million to support engineering student scholarships over the next five years.