2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University

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Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.)
Public Relations Management
Professional Bachelor of Business Administration Curriculum
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Ministry

Social Work Curriculum (Adult Degree Programs)

Belmont's Social Work Degree program is CSWE accredited and prepares you for generalist practice in social work. This means you who will be trained to assist individuals, groups, and communities function successfully, helping them deal with a vast array of obstacles.  The curriculum listed is for those students who have been admitted to the Adult Degree Programs within Belmont University. 

Bachelor of Social Work (Adult Degree Program) Hours
General Education Core Requirements for B.S.W.   55
LIS 1100, Intellectual Growth and Inquiry

2

SWK 4015, Social Work Capstone 3  
Social Work Courses    49  
     SWK 2000, Introduction to Social Work 3    
     SWK, 2050, Social Work Research 4    
     SWK 2250, Human Behavior and Social Environment 3    
     SWK 2300, Exploring Human Diversity 3    
     SWK 3210, Social Work Practice I 3    
     SWK 3220, Social Work Practice II 3  
     SWK 3230, Social Work Practice III 3
     SWK 3700, Social Work Field Forum 3
     SWK 3810, Social Welfare Policy Issues and Services I 3  
     SWK 3820, Social Welfare Policy Issues and Services II 3    
     SWK 4230, Crisis Intervention 3    
     SWK 4410, Field Instruction I 6    
     SWK 4420, Field Instruction II - Cultural Responsive 6  
     SWK Elective 3    
Electives

 

24  
Total Hours Required for the Program 128