A minor in Behavioral Health Service Coordination prepares non-social work majors with the competence in addressing needs, service planning, accessing services, monitoring service delivery, resolving problems, and network building and linking.
This minor will provide you with a competency-based, recovery-focused education in social work and related fields to enable you to work effectively with consumers and the mental health community by fostering trust and support for recovery.

If you are a social work major, you may look into earning a concentration in Behavioral Health Service Coordination instead of a minor.

Requirements:
  • SW 201 or SW 226SL
  • SW 216 
  • SW 302 
  • SW 304 
  • SW/PY 404I or SW/PY 382 
  • SW/PY 430 
  • PY 450 
  • PY 451

Please visit our Course Catalog for more details about these classes.

A social work minor is a great choice for one of the three legs of a liberal studies major.