One incredible benefit of being in the College of Health and Human Services is our interdisciplinary coursework and professional learning opportunities. Check out the connections below.
The Interprofessional Peer Education and Evidence for Recovery program provides enhanced interdisciplinary education for social workers, occupational therapists and peer specialists in evidence-based practices in behavioral health. Learn about this innovative workforce development project from WMU's Department of Occupational Therapy and School of Social Work.
Studying abroad through the College of Health and Human Services can raise your geographical and cultural awareness and increase your employability by providing experiences that allow you to function more effectively in our global economy. Social work faculty teach several study abroad courses with instructors from across the college and across the University.