Child Advocacy Studies (Undergraduate Micro-Credential)

heart in mother and child's hands.

Child Advocacy Studies is a three-course micro-credential that prepares undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines to recognize and respond to child abuse and neglect. 

Skills you need. Proof you have them.

Our program is open to anyone who is interested in pursuing a career involving work with families and children, including education, nursing, public health, law, sociology and others. The skills you obtain will be beneficial in any setting that requires interaction with children and families, such as schools, medical offices, hospitals, human service organizations and more.

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Program Overview

Undergraduate students from any major and non-degree students may take these courses as a set or as stand-alone courses (except for SW 235). These courses will not fulfill graduate-level social work requirements.

Upon completion of the courses and portfolio, you will earn a notation on your academic transcript, as well as a digital badge you can use on your digital résumé or social media profiles.


Patricia Logan-Greene.

Patricia Logan-Greene, PhD
Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Phone: 716-645-1533