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The Bachelor of Social Work four-year degree provides graduates with the theoretical knowledge and skills they need to work with individuals, families, and communities.
A balance of general liberal arts education in the first two years, followed by a professional social work education in the final two years, through both courses and practical field placements, provides the knowledge and skills for a generalist social work practice.
Students apply to the program after their second year of a Bachelor of Arts having earned 60 credit hours.
The field practicums supplement courses, with one focusing on social action at the community/organization level, and a second in a clinical setting with local social agencies, supported by experienced field instructors.
In addition, a research methods course helps students keep pace with the changing landscape of social work scholarship and prepares them for professional practice.
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A minimum of 60 credit hours in liberal arts with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, or a minimum GPA of 3.0 on the most recent 30 credit hours.
A minimum grade of “B” in SCWK 2013 Introduction to Social Welfare and a minimum grade of “B” in SCWK 2023 Introduction to Social Work*.
Note: Applicants who do not satisfy these minimum academic requirements are not considered further in the selection process.
A critical awareness of the interaction among the individual and the social, political, and economic aspects of society and a demonstrated recognition that for structural social workers the main focus for change is the structure of society rather than the individual.
Evidence of familiarity with, and commitment to, the profession of social work, as well as the capacity to learn from experience.
*Students without the mandatory social work courses will be required to participate in an interview process weighted at 30% (replacing the weight given to the grades of two mandatory courses).
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