Social Welfare, Social Justice
Social Workers Are Professional, Compassionate Problem Solvers
Bachelor of Social Work
68 credit hours
|SWK 2000||Introduction to Social Work||3 credits|
|SWK 2050||Critical thinking and Writing for Social Workers||3 credits|
|SWK 2100||Social Welfare and Social Justice||3 credits|
|SWK 3100||Social Welfare Policy||3 credits|
|SWK 3200||Human Behavior: Multicultural Environment I||3 credits|
|SWK 3250||Human Behavior: Multicultural Environment II||3 credits|
|SWK 3700||Social Research Methods||3 credits|
|SWK 3990||Social Work Practice I||3 credits|
|SWK 4000||Social Work Practice II||3 credits|
|SWK 4010||Social Work Practice III||3 credits|
|SWK 4700||Field Instruction I||5 credits|
|SWK 4710||Social Work Seminar I||2 credits|
|SWK 4750||Field Instruction II||5 credits|
|SWK 4760||Social Work Seminar II||2 credits|
|6 supportive courses||21 credits|
WCCD University Center Students
For students attending the part-time social work program at the WCCCD University Center, all core curriculum courses as well as supportive course requirements must be completed prior to the entering the field internship and taking 4000-level coursework.
Please consult the 2016/17 catalog for more information.
|Aloha Van Camp
Associate Professor and Department Chair
|Karen Mallory Waters
Associate Professor of Social Work
Need More Information BEFORE You Apply?
If you would like more information about the Bachelor of Social Work Program please contact Aloha VanCamp, department chair: (313) 993-2010 or email@example.com.
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