No. You can take fewer than five courses. However, if you plan to graduate in four years, you must make these up in summer sessions, or take more than four years to graduate.
You need to have a GPA of 5.0 (C+) with no courses in Social Work under a .C. (see pages 26 and 27 in the BSW Handbook).
A full-time student is taking 18 credits during the Fall/Winter term.
These requirements need to be taken in the first 42 credits of the degree. Please note that a maximum of 36 credits can be used to fulfill the degree requirements.
Students who wish to complete in four years should follow the recommended course sequence plan in the BSW Handbook and in the Undergraduate section of the website.
Direct entry students must take SOWK 4020 with the practicum. Post-degree students must take SOWK 4020 before the practicum.
No. These courses are general interest courses for non-social work students. Social Work students should take social work elective courses on these topics because they contain professional and practice content.
Community college diplomas from designated programs will be exempt from SOWK 1011. All other diploma holders must take it.
When you are accepted, the Office of Student Advising Services will assess your diploma and tell you what transfer credit you will receive.
Is a community college diploma holder who takes SOWK 1011 able to take SOWK 2030 and SOWK 2050 concurrently?
Depending on your transfer credits, you may be given permission to take these courses concurrently.
Direct entry students are ready when they have completed all their core Social Work courses except SOWK 4020. Post-degree students are ready when they have completed all of their core courses, including SOWK 4020.
No. CASSW standards require a 700 hour placement for BSW students.