BSW Program Info

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program provides students with the knowledge, values and skills necessary for initial level generalist professional practice through a social justice lens.

The BSW program addresses issues of power and issues of discrimination based on age, race, gender, sexual orientation, class and culture. The educational objective of the BSW curriculum is to provide students with the knowledge, values and skills necessary for an initial level of professional practice, focusing on the interface between personal problems and public issues. Critical thinking and structural analysis are central to the learning experience offered by the School and to the promotion of social justice and human well-being.

 

BSW Degree Requirements

Child Welfare Specialization

Interprofessional Health & Human Service Electives

Integrated Seminars: SOWK 440 Courses

Funding