Requirements for the major in social work, Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program
Admission to the Bachelor of Social Work degree program is based on the following criteria: a minimum GPA of 2.80; 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 a minimum of 48 credits in the core social work curriculum.
BIO 104, BIO 111, PSY 100 and PS 100 may be used to fulfill general education requirements or college distribution requirements.
Either SOC 331 or WGS 200 may be used to fulfill the university’s U.S. diversity requirement and the social work diversity requirement.