School Website: https://www.unf.edu/coas/sasw/Social_Work_Program.aspx
The mission of the University of North Florida (UNF) Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program is to prepare students with the generalist knowledge, values, and skills to provide effective social work services to diverse client systems in a variety of practice settings. Our curriculum is designed to enhance students' understanding of and sensitivity to economic and social inequalities and foster commitment to serving and advocating for the well-being of those who are vulnerable, marginalized, and oppressed.
In accordance with our mission, the BSW program aims to:
BSW Program of Study
The UNF BSW Program is limited access program, admitting a cohort of 40 students on an annual basis for the fall semester of each academic year. Admitted students may opt for a two-year full-time or a three-year part-time Program of Study. All required social work courses are offered on campus during the day. Some diversity or major elective courses may be available at night or online. More information regarding the program academic requirements, policies, and procedures may be found in the BSW Student Handbook 2019-2020. Please read more information about our BSW Program in our frequently asked questions.
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