COURSE CONTENT CURRENCY REQUIREMENT

All upper division courses with a Social Work subject code (SWK) must be completed within seven years prior to graduation.

ACADEMIC PROGRESS

Students in the Social Work program must earn a grade of C or better in the required liberal arts and the required social work courses.

Adherence to the Code of Ethics established by the National Association of Social Workers is required.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Students must complete the following graduation requirements:

A. GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

Complete the University General Education Requirements for All Baccalaureate of Art Degrees.

B. LIBERAL ARTS FOUNDATION COURSES

Complete the Liberal Arts Foundation Requirements listed at the beginning of this chapter.

C. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

Complete the following required core courses, with a grade of C or better:

        SWK/HUMS A106 Introduction to Social Welfare
        SWK A206 Introduction to Social Work
        SWK A243 Cultural Diversity and Community Service Learning
        SWK A330 Social Work Practice I
        SWK A331 Social Work Practice II: Organizations and Communities
        SWK A342 Human Behavior in the Social Environment
        SWK A406 Social Welfare: Policies and Issues
        SWK A424 Social Work Research
        SWK A430 Social Work Practice III: Groups and Families
        SWK A431 Social Work Practice IV: Integrative Capstone
        SWK A481 Case Management in Social Work Practice
        SWK A495A Social Work Practicum I
        SWK A495B Social Work Practicum II
        Two Additional Upper division Social Work electives (6 credits)

D. A total of 120 credits are required for this degree, of which 42 must be upper division.

Note: It is recommended that students take one or two, 3-credit electives each semester to bring total credits to 120.

 

Admission Requirements

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Students must complete the following requirements in order to graduate with a BSW degree:

*Liberal Arts Foundation and Social Work courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. Adherence to the Code of Ethics established by the National Association of Social Workers is required.

*All upper division courses with a Social Work Subject code (SWK) must be completed within seven years prior to graduation.

1. General Education Requirements
You can view the details of these requirements in the Admissions Requirements section of our site.34 Credits
2. Liberal Arts Foundation Courses
 You can view the details of these requirements in the Admissions Requirements section of our site.9 Credits
3. Core Courses for Major
SWK/HUMS 106: Intro to Social Welfare

SWK 206: Intro to Social Work

SWK A243: Cultural Diversity & Community Service Learning

SWK A330: Social Work Practice I

SWK A331: Social Work Practice II

SWK A342: Human Behavior in the Social Enviroment

SWK A406: Social Welfare: Policies & Issues

SWK A424: Social Work Research

SWK A430: Social Work Practice III: Groups & Families

SWK A431: Social Work Practice IV: Integrative Capstone

SWK A481: Case Management in Social Work Practice

SWK A495A: Social Work Practicum I

SWK A495B: Social Work Practicum II

Upper Division Social Work Electives (9 credits)

55 Credits
4. General Electives

Note: It is recommended that students take one or two 3-credit electives each semester to bring total credits to 120

at least

22 Credits

TOTALA total of 120 credits is required for the degree, of which 42 must be upper division.
120 Credits