Honours Bachelor of Social Work (for University Graduates)
University graduates with a three-year degree in Arts or Social Sciences or 30 courses in Arts or Social Sciences, with a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 8.0, or an average of at least 8.0 in their last twenty courses taken, including at least one course in statistics or research methods, may be considered for admission to a two-year, four-semester program leading to a Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree. Applicants should have volunteer or work experience in human service agencies or community organizations. Applicants must apply to the Office of the Registrar prior to February 1 for September admission.
Total courses: twenty-four.
Year 1: 47-211, 47-303, 47-336, 47-337, 47-344, 47-361, 47-362, 47-363, and 47-364; plus three additional Social Work electives.*
Year 2: 47-436, 47-437, 47-448, 47-461, 47-462, 47-463, and 47-464; plus five additional Social Work.*
*Up to two 300 or 400 level courses from any area of study may be substituted for 2 senior social work electives.
Social Work Electives for B.S.W. for University Graduates Programs*: 47-302, 47-210, 47-305, 47-346, 47-347, 47-356, 47-357, 47-370, 47-410, 47-412, 47-434, 47-448, 47-455, 47-456, 47-457, 47-458, 47-459, 47-470.
Social Work courses taken as part of a previous undergraduate degree may not be counted for credit for the honours BSW for University Graduates program. If a course or courses required for the honours BSW for University Graduates program were taken as part of a previous undergraduate degree, another Social Work course or courses (or a course or courses in cognate disciplines) must be selected and substituted with the approval of the Director of the School (or designate) or the undergraduate studies committee.
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