Social Work (BSW)
- General Education requirements (Review the General Education checksheet)
- The following transfer courses must be completed by the deadlines specified below.
(NC Community College course numbers provided):
Course name Course number Deadline Principles of Biology BIO 1201 (BIO 110 or 111) Prior to entrance (PT & FT) Cultural Anthropology ANT 1415 (ANT 220) Prior to beginning Professional Sequence Courses (SW 3330 and remaining courses) (FT & PT) General Psychology PSY 1200 (PSY 150) Prior to entrance (PT & FT) Introduction to Sociology or Social Problems SOC 1000 (SOC 210) or SOC 1100 (SOC 220) Prior to entrance (PT & FT) American Government PS 1100 (POL 120) Prior to beginning Professional Sequence Courses (SW 3330 and remaining courses) (PT & FT) Social Deviance or Abnormal Psychology SOC 2020 (SOC 242) or PSY 2212 (PSY 281) Prior to beginning Professional Sequence Courses (SW 3330 and remaining courses) (FT &PT)
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Program Coordinator: Dr. Michael Howell, firstname.lastname@example.org, 828-262-7682
Support Services: App State Online, email@example.com, 828-262-3113
Service Learning: SW 3000 includes a service learning component in which you shadow a social worker at a human service agency for at least 30 hours during the semester.
Admission to the Professional Sequence: Once students successfully complete or are enrolled in their foundation-level social work courses, they complete an application to the professional sequence online. Students must have a 2.5 overall GPA, have a 2.5 social work GPA, and have earned at least a C in all foundation courses to be admitted to the professional sequence.
Field Placements: The last semester will include a field placement and field seminar, and all other coursework should be completed before this semester.
You may need additional transfer hours to meet the program requirement.
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