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Booth University College’s Bachelor of Social Work program is available in a four-year degree program and a two-year after-degree program.
The faculty has tremendous personal social work experience to share, which helps students understand what they are learning in the classroom.
During the course of their studies in social work, students will typically gain more than 800 hours of practical experience during their time in the field.
Students also benefit from the unique way the faculty matches our students for practicum placement and have the core faculty established as the ones who serve as liaisons for all placements.
This social work program is a well-respected and sought-after program in the province of Manitoba. It is an approved program of the Manitoba College of Social Workers (MCSW) for registration in the province of Manitoba.
Booth University College offers a demanding program with a strong focus on both policy and clinical skills development to ensure that graduates are prepared for the workforce and ready to stand alongside the best in the field.
While the rigorous Bachelor of Social Work program rests on the grounding of the Canadian Association of Social Workers’ (CASW) Code of Ethics, it also grows out of the work of The Salvation Army in addressing social injustice in the world.
Learning takes place within an intentionally Christian academic environment that fosters awareness of and respect for diversity and other traditions.
Graduates of the bachelor degree program in social work are eligible for registration as RSW with the Manitoba College of Social Workers.
Booth University College’s Bachelor of Social Work program includes an innovative lab where students take part in individual and group video sessions, providing them with a unique opportunity to practice their skills and receive feedback from professors.
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To apply for direct entry, new graduates* must possess a high school diploma with a minimum 80 per cent average in their final year of high school, and a minimum of 80 per cent in grade 12 English.
They must have five full credits (courses) at the grade 12 level. All five credits must be at the S (Specialized) or U (Dual Credit-University) level and include a combination of courses from math, sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Courses such as Music, Art and Physical Education will not be considered for Direct Entry. (Applicants from outside the province must meet the Manitoba equivalent.)
High grades alone do not guarantee direct entry to the program. Applicants must also have relevant work or volunteer experience and will be required to take part in an in-person interview.
*New graduates are defined as those individuals graduating in the current academic year as well as those who graduated in the previous academic year.
Graduates who have been out of high school longer than one year are not eligible for direct entry.
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