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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Social Work Minor

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The Department requires 15 credit hours of course work including SWK 101 The Profession of Social Work , or SWK 102 Social Welfare Past and Present  (3 cr.); SWK 200 Social Services Volunteer Practice  (3 cr.); and SWK 270 Understanding Diversity and Cultural Competence in Human Services  (3 cr.). In addition, students select two more courses (6 cr.) from the Department’s other offerings. Students minoring in Social Work are not eligible for state licensing upon graduation, but may find this preparation helpful in selecting a career direction or in considering graduate school in social work.

All students may enroll in certain courses offered to non-majors on a space available basis. Non-majors who wish advising regarding clustering courses to reach individual learning goals should consult with the BSW Program Coordinator.

The School of Social Work Student Handbook issued to all departmental majors contains details on all aspects of the Bachelor of Social Work Program.

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