Academic Standards and Requirements
Students interested in preparing for a career in Social Work should consult with the Baccaulaureate Program Director, Melissa McCardle, Ph D., L.C.S.W. Students who declare Social Work as a major program of study may begin taking introductory courses in Social Work (SWK 240 and SWK 250) in their sophomore year. Applications must be completed and the student must be accepted into the program prior to taking any additional courses in Social Work. In order to gain admission to the program, students must meet the following criteria:
- Overall 2.7 cumulative index prior to admittance into the Social Work Program
- Submit an application and personal essay
- Interview with the Director of the Baccalaureate Social Work Program
Additional Program Requirements
- Completion of General Education, major and related requirements
- A grade of C+ or better in all Social Work courses. Students may NOT carry more than one grade of C+ in Social Work courses
- Overall index of 2.7
- Students may NOT withdraw from the same Social Work course more than twice
- Any Social Work course may be repeated once. Failure to attain a grade of C+ or better when taking the same course for the second time necessitates dismissal from the program
- Additionally, a 2.7 cumulative index is required in order to begin field placement
*See the "Department of Social Work Student Handbook and Manual Field Instruction" for additional policies and procedures.
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