Honours Bachelor of Social Work

Honours Bachelor of Social Work

Offered in partnership with Laurentian University

There exists an opportunity for those applicants who ALREADY possess an undergraduate degree at the University level to join the cohort and gain qualifications for a professional social work degree.

Program Overview

The Native Human Services Honours Bachelor of Social Work Program is one of three culturally specific social work programs in Canada that are recognized and accredited by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE). The program has its foundations in the area’s First Nations, which were instrumental and actively involved in its development. The goal of the Native Human Services program is to provide an accredited social work degree that offers knowledge, skills, and experience to work effectively with Native and non-Native communities.

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Admission Requirements

For high school graduates, a OSSD is required with four designated “U” courses, two designated “M” courses and an advanced course in English.
Mature students who has never attended a post-secondary institution and who has been out of school for at least two-years may apply as a mature student.
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