These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Social Work is a dynamic and evolving profession. Preparation for professional practice begins with the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours).
The Social Work Program provides a learning environment characterized by excellence in social work education directed towards developing and fostering principled and competent professional practitioners.
The BSW (Honours) Program at King's University College is not offered online.
It is critical for the BSW graduates to acquire skills needed to think holistically, and to engage in the complex dynamics of person and environment interactions.
Students are expected to approach practice from an informed planned practice strategy (i.e., engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation), with problem-solving skills, and an emphasis on the strengths perspective.
Students acquire the knowledge and skills needed to be effective entry-level practitioners through a foundational curriculum.
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Duolingo: A minimum score of 115 overall with a minimum of 100 for each subscore.
King's Enhanced Year Program (KEY)
The KEY Program is designed for students who are close to meeting the language proficiency requirements for direct entry to King’s University College. It is an eight-month program on King’s campus starting in September.
To apply to KEY, the following criteria must be met:
Quick Start Program
Quick Start is a fast-track, residential, 6-week English language program offered during the summer at King's.
The Quick Start Program is for students who have just missed the minimum English as a second language (ESL) requirements to be admitted directly to King's for degree studies in September.
In partnership with CultureWorks ESL, King's will conditionally admit students to study in this intensive ESL program if one of the following test results are met:
10.0 courses with an overall average of 70% consisting of:
2.0 courses with a minimum grade of 70% in each: Grades:
0.5 course with a minimum grade of 60% in:
(King’s or Western Approved Equivalent Courses: Sociology 2206A/B; Thanatology 2201F/G);
Psychology 2840F/G; Psychology 2820E; Psychology 2800E; Psychology 2855F/G; Health
Sciences 2801A/B; Nursing 3319A/B, Childhood and Youth Studies 3311F/G
Other courses will be considered upon request and the provision of a detailed course syllabus.
7.5 additional courses in:
Work Experience: This is paid and unpaid and volunteer work in both non-social work and social service-related fields.
“Paid work” is work for which remuneration was received and “unpaid” work is work for which no remuneration was received.
A volunteer experience takes place in the “outside” world, not within your family.
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