Requirements for the major in social work, Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program
Admission to the Bachelor of Social Work degree program will be based on the following criteria: a minimum GPA of 3.00; completion of the pre-core courses; experience in the human services field (employment or volunteer work including work completed for SW 210 or SOC 210; two letters of reference (one from a supervisor in a human services agency); and a personal written statement from students. To earn a major in social work, students must complete a pre-core of 28 credits, and complete a minimum of 44 credits in the core social work curriculum.
*May be used to fulfill general education requirements and/or college distribution requirements.
**Either course may be used to fulfill the university’s U.S. diversity requirement, and the major diversity requirement.
***Students must be formally accepted into the social work program to take this course.