The Bachelor of Social Work program is comprised of 60 credits of coursework for students entering with a bachelor's degree, and 66 credits for those entering the program after completing 60 credits (or more) in the Faculty of Arts. The program integrates academic work with supervised social work practice in a social agency. Academic work includes study of social work practice methods; social policies; human behaviour in individuals, families, groups, and communities; research methods in social work.
|SOWK 305 and/or 335||6 additional credits|
|Electives||92, 4 or 15 3, 4|
|Total Credits||272 or 333|
|1 Third- and fourth-year SOWK courses are open to B.S.W. students only.|
|2 A minimum of 9 elective credits are required for students who enter the BSW with a bachelor’s degree.|
|3 A minimum of 15 elective credits are required for students who enter the BSW with 60 or more credits but without a bachelor’s degree.|
|4 Students are recommended to complete electives through SOWK 440 or courses offered through the Faculty of Arts, preferably in the social sciences and humanities.|