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1 The School of Social Work Dean: Scott D. Ryan, Ph.D. 211 S. Cooper St., Social Work Complex Box Overview Undergraduate social work education at The University of Texas at Arlington is based on a set of premises. Responsible citizenship and professional social work practice recognize and respond to the realities of a complex and diverse society that is in continual need of constructive social change predicated on social justice. To this end, social work students are expected to demonstrate the capacity to critically evaluate their cultural environment and, in so doing, demonstrate analytical skills and understanding both orally and in writing. Students are required to adhere to the Codes of Ethics as currently published by the National Association of Social Workers and the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners in their professional practice and in their course work. The faculty of the School of Social Work enhances this process through its commitment to teaching excellence, scholarly activities, research, and community and professional service. The Bachelor of Social Work degree program of the School of Social Work is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Its primary educational objective is to prepare students for beginning professional social work practice. The sequence of courses, designed to include academic social work and field experience requirements in a liberal arts context, enables the student, upon graduation, to work in a variety of social service agencies and settings. A secondary purpose of the program is preparation for graduate study in social work or another profession or discipline for which baccalaureate social work education would be appropriate. Requirements for a Bachelor of Social Work Degree English Composition ENGL 1301 and Literature English literature course, 2000 level or above. Liberal Arts Elective English literature course, 2000 level or above The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 1

2 History HIST 1311 and Political Science POLS 2311 and Mathematics MATH 1301 or higher; and Natural Science BIOL 1433 and 1434 Social/Cultural Studies ANTH 1306 or Fine Arts ART, DNCE, MUSI, THEA or other fine arts as approved. Modern and Classical Languages SPAN 1441, 1442 and Economics One three-hour course. ECON 2337 (suggested). Computer INSY 2303, CSE 1301, or PSYC Psychology PSYC 1315, and an upper division course such as 3318 (or some other), but not Speech COMS 1301 or approved substitute The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 2

3 Sociology SOCI 1311 Social Work SOCW 2311, 2313, 3301, 3302, 3303, 3304, 3305, 3306, 3317, 4251, 4451, 4252, Electives Sufficient to give the 120 hours required for the degree. No more than four hours of activity (EXSA/DNCA) can be used toward a degree for either hours or GPA. Total 120 hours, at least 36 of which must be upper division courses (3000/4000 level). Suggested Course Sequence Please refer to the BSW Degree Plan for more specific information. First Year First Semester: ENGL 1301; HIST 1311; BIOL 1433; SOCI 1311; MATH 1301 or Total Credit 15 hours. Second Semester: ENGL 1302; HIST 1312; BIOL 1434; PSYC 1315; MATH Total Credit 15 hours. Second Year First Semester: English literature, 3 hours; POLS 2311; SPAN 1441; Fine Arts, 3 hours; SOCW Total Credit 16 hours. Second Semester: English literature, 3 hours; POLS 2312; SPAN 1442; SOCW 2313; COMS Total Credit 16 hours. Third Year First Semester: SOCW 3301; SOCW 3303; SPAN 2313; ECON 2337 (or 2305); SOCW Total Credit 18 hours. Second Semester: Anthropology, 3 hours; SOCW 3302; SOCW 3304; PSYC 3000+, 3 hours; SOCW Total Credit 18 hours The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 3

4 Fourth Year First Semester: SOCW 4251 and 4451; SOCW 3306; CSE Total Credit 12 hours. Second Semester: SOCW 4252 and 4452; Electives, 8 hours - Total Credit 14 hours. Admission to the BSW Program Admission to the BSW program requires: Overall GPA of 2.5 or better Completion of 12 hours in residence at UT Arlington Completion of SOCW 2311 and 2313 with a grade of C or better Completion of 40 hours of courses, including: o English 1301 and 1302 o Math 1301 or higher o Psychology 1315 o Sociology 1311 o Political Science 2311 (United States Government) Completion of the BSW Admission Application Form Submission of a personal statement The application and personal statement are submitted to the BSW Program office. Both will be reviewed by an advisor and the program director. Students will be notified of eligibility within two weeks of submitting their application. Transfer of Credit BSW student transcripts are evaluated by the UT Arlington Office of Admissions. Courses that meet the liberal arts requirements of the BSW degree are applied to the degree plan. Other courses are designated as electives. The student receives credit for social work courses from CSWE accredited social work programs. The exceptions are the practicum courses, SOCW 4251, 4252, 4451, and 4452 which must be completed at UT Arlington. No credit is given for life or work experience. Continuation Through the BSW Program Continuation through the BSW Program and eligibility for entry into Field requires: 2.5 average in all social work courses and no grade lower than a C Acceptable evaluations in all Social Work courses 2.5 overall grade point average Satisfactory evaluation from the 2311 instructor and from the supervisor of the volunteer experience required for The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 4

5 Ability to qualify for state licensure in the state of Texas upon completion of the academic program (i.e., no disqualifying factors) under the Texas Professional Social Worker Act. Field Work Requirements The BSW Program requires two consecutive semesters of field experience in a single human-service agency. Students enroll in the field instruction course (SOCW 4451, first semester; 4452, second semester) and complete 240 clock hours per semester in their assigned agency. Concurrent enrollment in a weekly two-hour, on-campus seminar (SOCW 4251, first semester; 4252, second semester) is also required. Field placements are arranged early in the preceding semester, after students are formally advised by BSW program advisors as to field eligibility. Eligible students may begin field any semester (see the specific requirements for CPS Field). All social work students enrolling in Field Instruction courses will be assessed a fee in order to include them in the school's group professional liability insurance policy. Coverage is for a $1,000,000 limit each claim and $3,000,000 limit aggregate. Volunteer Experience A requirement of Introduction to Social Work (SOCW 2311) is completion of 25 hours of volunteer experience in a human service agency during the semester. Arrangements for these volunteer experiences are made with the course instructor. Students enrolling in SOCW 2311 are also assessed a fee for coverage by a group malpractice insurance policy while they are completing the 25 hours of required volunteer work. Computer and Oral Competencies Social Work students will demonstrate competence in computer usage. The requirement may be met by successful completion of a course approved by the academic advisor. Oral communication skills will be demonstrated by successful completion of COMS 1301, or a suitable substitute. The Diversity Certificate Program (DCP) The Diversity Certificate Program (DCP) is a multi-faceted diversity awareness and leadership certificate program intended to prepare UTA undergraduates to live and lean in an increasingly diverse society and interconnected world. The Program demands that participants learn and think critically about racial and ethnic relations, gender and sexuality, and social and economic inequality. Drawing from existing courses, programs and associates within the university, its interdisciplinary design will enable participants to create, synthesize and integrate academic coursework with co-curricular experiences in order to demonstrate their preparedness for participation in an increasingly diverse society and interconnected world The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 5

6 The innovation Diversity Certificate Program is for undergraduates seeking a new, more critical approach toward questions of identity, equity, justice, and diversity. Specifically, the program will expand the professional profile of all students pursing any career by demonstrating to potential employers that they possess the multi-cultural skills and knowledge necessary to work in a diverse workplace, and respond to a diverse clientele and customer base. The Certificate requires a total of 12 credit hours: 3 credit hours in each diversity domain (Race & Ethnic Relations, Gender & Sexuality, Social and Economic inequality) AND a 3 credit hour Capstone course (SOCW 3317 or MANA 4326). In additional, participants will be required to earn co-curricular credits by attending approved diversity related events, activities, and experiences. The co-curricular requirement further differentiates this program from others, allowing participants to see the everyday need for diversity competencies and apply what they have learned to their academic or professional field of interest. Students completing the requirement of the DCP will receive an academic certificate and an official notation on their transcript. For more information on the Diversity Certificate Program, contact the program at School of Social Work Faculty Dean Professor Ryan Professors Black, Bricout, Elliott, Hegar, Hoefer, Jordan, Pillai, Popple, Ryan, Scannapieco Associate Professors Basham, Cobb, Danis, Lehmann, Moon, Murphy, Woody Assistant Professors Adorno, Aguirre, Blakey, Butler, Cronley, Finch, Hickerson, Madden, Mitschke, Sanchez, Small, Smith-Osborne Professors Emeritus Duehn, Gaupp, Hernandez, Lecca, Litrio, Mayadas, Mindel, Shannon Course Descriptions View Course Descriptions for: Social Work (SOCW) The University of Texas at Arlington. All rights reserved. 6

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