CROSS-CULTURAL LEARNING AND EXPANDED WORLDVIEW
Social workers need to be prepared for the challenges of global social problems and clients from many countries. Internationalization of the curriculum and other initiatives enable graduates to be globally informed and engaged citizens.
Students travel to other countries for cross-cultural learning and an expanded worldview.
Undergraduate students may choose coursework dealing with social issues around the world.
International students and faculty visit to conduct research and learn about social work education and practice in the United States.