Social Work Checksheet

University Requirement
Diversity Courses
Diversity courses are met through program requirements.
D1 (SWSS 060) --
D2 (SWSS 147 and SWSS 148) --
Writing and Information Literacy Crs
ENGS 001, HCOL 085, or TAP course 3
SOC 001  
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General Education
Complete all general education classes with a grade of C- or higher.
Arts and Letters Crs
ENGS Elective (ENGS 050 recommended) 3
Humanities Crs
(ASL 001, Foreign Language, PHIL or REL) 3
Science Crs
BIOL 003 or SWSS 005 3
Social Science Crs
POLS 021 3
EC 011 3
PSYS 001 3
PSYS 170 3
SOC 001 3
General Education Elective Crs
Non-Western/Non-European Culture Elective 3
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Professional Requirements
Complete all Social Work courses (SWSS XXX) with no more than 2 grades below a "B". Neither or these grades can be below a C.
Professional Coursework Crs
SWSS 002 Foundations of Social Work 3
SWSS 003 Human Needs & Social Services 3
SWSS 060 D1:Racism & Contemporary Issues 3
SWSS 147 D2:Theories in Social Work I 3
SWSS 148 D2:Theories in Social Work II 3
SWSS 163 Theory & Integration Prep Seminar 3
SWSS 164 Intro to Social Work Research 3
SWSS 165 Issues & Policy in Social Welfare I 3
SWSS 166 Issues & Policy in Social Welfare II 3
SWSS 168 Social Work Practice I 3
SWSS 169 Social Work Practice II 3
SWSS 171 Field Experience Seminar I 3
SWSS 172 Field Experience Seminar II 3
SWSS 173 Field Experience I 6
SWSS 174 Field Experience II 6
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Math is not required but students who intend to pursue a Master of Social Work degree are strongly encouraged to complete STATS 141-Basic Statistical Methods.
Students must complete one elective related to Non-Western and Non-European cultures. This course must be approved by your Social Work advisor.
Electives: Minimum of 44 credit hours.
All courses taken to fulfill the General Education and Professional Requirements categories must be completed for a grade.

Program completion in Social Work requries a minimum of 120 approved credit hours. Students must earn an average GPA of 2.0 or better in the required liberal arts and sciences courses, and a 3.0 or higher in Social Work classes.
Catalogue year 2014-2016
Revised June 2015