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Social Work, BA (2023-2024)

Social Work

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The following curriculum map is plan for a new student with zero credits. If you have any transfer work, AP credits, Running Start credits, or any other type of college level coursework, your plan will be different. Please always connect with your advisor and faculty mentor to double check you are on the correct path! Also, if you are required to take pre-university level courses, your plan will be different too.

Year 1

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
ENGL 1015MATH 1075ENGL 201 (min. 2.7gpa)5
Humn & Arts (BACR 1)5Social Science (BACR 1)5Social Science (BACR 2)5
Natural Science (BACR 1)5Elective or minor class5Humn & Arts (BACR 2)5
Credit Total:15Credit Total:15Credit Total:15
Minimum 2.5 GPA requirement

Year 2

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
Natural Science (BACR 2)5Diversity5Global Studies5
Elective or minor class5Elective or minor class5Elective or minor class5
Foreign Language 15Foreign Language 25Foreign Language 35
Credit Total:15Credit Total:15Credit Total:15

Year 3

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
SOWK 2735SOWK 4674SOWK 4734
SOWK 4684SOWK 3784SOWK 4764
SOWK 3814SOWK 4694SOWK 4594
Elective or minor class4Elective or minor class5SOWK 4801
Credit Total:17Credit Total:17Credit Total:13

Year 4

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
SOWK 4704SOWK 4794SOWK 4774
SOWK 4644SOWK 4825SOWK 4825
SOWK 4825SOWK Elective3SOWK 4904
Elective or minor class5
Credit Total:13Credit Total:17Credit Total:13
Milestones: Practicum: 16 hrs./week3Practicum: 16 hrs./weekPracticum: 16 hrs./week
*You will need to take one SOWK elective course (a minimum of 3 credits) at some point during your course of study (it can be an ADST, AGST, DSST or SOWK elective) in order to meet the 76 credits needed to complete your BASW. Please contact the program director for approval if you want to count an elective from another discipline, and include the course syllabus and/or catalog description.

Note: Courses may not be available in the term in which they are recommended. Students should prepare alternative plans that will help them continue to make progress toward degree completion.