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Social Work Major | Evangel University | Springfield MO

Social Work

Social Work has been dubbed the “helping profession” because we work with everything from basic life resources to the complexity of fighting for victims of human trafficking. The ...

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Social Science Education

The Social Science Education major prepares students for certification to teach in public or private secondary education. The program is designed to meet the requirements of the state of ...

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There are good reasons why Psychology is the 2nd most selected undergraduate major at Evangel, and the 4th most popular field in the United States.   It is a versatile major that draws from ...

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Criminal Justice

Evangel’s Criminal Justice program provides a solid foundation for students to become involved in the multifaceted criminal justice system, which includes law enforcement, juvenile justice, ...

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Social Sciences

Those who study in one or more of the Social Science disciplines have a broad understanding of significant social issues and critical thinking skills as they enter graduate school or the ...

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Behavioral and Social Sciences

Evangel’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Department exists to train and equip professionals who serve Jesus through serving people in organizations and communities, either individually, in groups, or at the government level. The degree programs offer rich opportunities to students through coursework, interaction with faculty and students, and the challenge to integrate faith concepts in every activity.

Students in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department live out their calling in service to others. The Department uses approaches and methodologies that encourage the understanding and appreciation of the multicultural heritage of humankind and integrates these approaches within a Christian worldview.

Finding commonality under the banner of the “helping professions”, students in these programs have opportunities to develop professional skills by serving as volunteers and interns in the community and conducting and presenting research projects.

Students leave Evangel prepared to work in a variety of settings in both public and private services, such as schools, clinics, government offices, hospitals, correctional facilities, museums, national parks and non-profit organizations.

In addition to traditional undergraduate programs, working adult students may pursue a degree in Behavioral Health, while graduate students have the opportunity to apply to the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

Contact the department to find out more about our faculty members and multiple full accreditations represented.

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