Social Work
       BSW in Social Work
The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree prepares students for immediate entry level professional social work employment in a variety of settings. BSW professionals are able to work with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities and equips students with the ability to be competent and effective generalist practitioners. For information on Field Education please click here.
**Please note that this is a recommended sequence.
**ALL "MAJOR ONLY" SOCW CLASSES MUST BE TAKEN IN THE SEQUENCE GIVEN.
**Check catalog for prerequisites and corequisites Course availability may vary from semester to semester.
 
  • Freshman Year
  • Sophomore Year
  • Junior Year
  • Senior Year
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
ENGL 1100
3
ENGL 1200
3
 
BIOL 1050,1051
3,1
BIOL 1060
4
 
HLTH 1000
2
MATH 1065
3
 
PSYC 1000
3
SOCW 1010
3
 
Humanities/Fine Arts
3
Humanities/Fine Arts
3
 
 
 
Total
15
Total
16
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCI 2110
3
ECON 2113
3
 
POLS 1010
3
Humanities/Fine Arts
2
 
SOCW 2010
3
Cognates
6
 
EXSS 1000
1
Electives
5
 
Humanities/Fine Arts
2
 
Electives
4
 
Total
16
Total
16
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW 3101
3
SOCW 3202
3
 
SOCW 3201
3
SOCW 3305
3
 
SOCW 3301
3
SOCW 3401
3
 
Cognates
6
Cognates
3
 
Electives
2
Elective
2
 
SOCW elective
3
 
Total
17
Total
17
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW 4102
3
SOCW 4990
12
 
SOCW 4203
3
 
SOCW 4303
3
 
SOCW Elective
3
 
Elective
3
 
Total
15
Total
12
Cognate are Behavioral Science cognates - Sociology, Psychology, and History
 

 
 
Admission Requirements:
  • 32 semester hours of course work with a minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Completion of SOCW 1010 and 2010 with at least a 2.5 GPA
After successful completion of numbers one and two above, an application for acceptance into the social work major must be submitted.
 
Click here to apply to East Carolina University. Admission to East Carolina University does not guarantee admissions into your desired program of study.
 
Field Education:
Field education represents the culmination of the student’s undergraduate preparation for professional practice. Students are placed in approved agencies and provided supervised educational experience. The weekly seminar serves to help integrate theory and practice.
 
     
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