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The social work program at Ohio University offers both a bachelor’s degree in social work and a master’s of social work (offered on-campus and 100% online). Both programs prepare students to serve as social workers in the rural community and to obtain state licensure as a social worker. The bachelor's degree in social work (BSW) provides a generalist focus while the master's of social work (MSW) degree has a rural focus and prepares social workers to work in clinical areas. Both programs provide extensive field experience enabling students to put into practice what they learn in the classroom. Faculty providing instruction in the programs are all accomplished social workers and well connected in the community.

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CHSP's 'Experiencing Health Professions' event demonstrates lasting impact of faculty research, teaching at OHIO

The Gait Lab, Healthy Village and interdisciplinary virtual reality experiences were just a few of the highlights of Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions’ (CHSP) first-ever “Experiencing Health Professions: From Science to Practice” event on Thursday, Feb. 27.

The free event welcomed participants to Grover Center to view research presentations, engage in interactive demonstrations, guided and unguided tours and more.

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