Social work major requires 8 credits in electives from below list, or approved by the Program Director.
Students enter the social work major as degree candidates (SOCW.CAND). During candidacy, students must enroll in the foundation courses SOCW 1510 Introduction to Social Work and SOCW 2010 Social Justice and earn a “C” or higher. Students internally apply to advance in the major during fall of their junior year. For more information, contact the program's administrative assistant.
Choose two from the following list of courses:
Social Welfare minor requires two courses from below list, or as approved by Program Director.
The Social Work Honors degree offers an opportunity for motivated and capable students to engage in more extensive interaction with faculty to complete an individual research project that will further their personal and professional goals. Eligibility to apply requires a cumulative and major grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students apply during the spring quarter of their junior year. Students must receive an A or A- in the final course, SOCW 4790 Honors: Thesis Supervision to be awarded the degree.