Certificate of Distinction in Undergraduate Social Work Research
Earn a Certificate of Distinction in Undergraduate Social Work Research at Azusa Pacific University
Program at a Glance
The School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences equips students for compassionate leadership in fields like physical therapy, social work, and psychology, guided by experienced faculty and hands-on learning.
Gain Hands-on Experience
- Develop and complete an original research project tied to your social work field internship.
- Travel and present at highly attended social work conferences.
- Co-author an article with an instructor and submit to a peer-reviewed academic journal.
By the Numbers
Breaking Barriers: Randall Trice '19, '20 Provides Foster Youth with Shoes for Grades
Social work alumni Randall Trice ’19 ’20 revitalized his faith and discovered his calling at APU: he now operates Shoes4Grades, a non-profit that supports foster youth.
If you’re an undergraduate social work student, you can earn this certificate by meeting certain benchmarks of excellence in the program.
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Azusa Pacific University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
Career Outlook and Outcomes
Jenica Morin-Pascual Awarded 48th District Woman of the Year
Social work professor Jenica Morin-Pascual was recently awarded the California 48th District Distinguished Woman of the Year.