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Program Admission Notes:

Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work

  • Completion of the Bachelor of Social Work Application
  • Approval by the BSW Program Director.
  • A minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  • An overall GPA of 2.5 must be maintained throughout the program.
  • A 2.75 GPA in all Social Work classes taken.
  • A minimum final grade of “C” or higher in all courses is required for graduation.
  • A final grade of “C” or higher must be earned in each course used to fulfill requirements for a minor or electives.
  • A minimum of 120 credit hours are necessary for graduation. Even if a course requirement is waived, the credit hour requirement remains.
  • A free elective is any course offered or accepted by the university that has not already been used to fulfill other requirements. Elective selection should be based on the student’s academic interest and eventual graduate school and/or career goals.

Contact:

Brittany Mundy
bmccray@uncfsu.edu

Revised:June, 2024

College Level Foreign Language Requirements:

A total of six credit hours in one foreign language (preferably SPA 111 and 112)

Major-Specific Course Recommendations:

Students are encouraged to build the Community College course recommendations below into the associate degree to best prepare for the intended major.

Recommended CC CourseCredit
Hours
University EquivalentAssociate Degree
Requirement Fulfilled
University Requirement Fulfilled
SOC 210: Introduction to Sociology3SOCI 210: Principles of SociologyUGETC Social/Behavioral SciencesRequired Course
PSY 150: General Psychology3PSYC 210: General PsychologyUGETC Social/Behavioral SciencesRequired Course
ECO 251: Prin of Microeconomics
OR
ECO 252: Prin of Microeconomics
3FSU EquivalenciesUGETC Social/Behavioral SciencesRequired Course
HIS 221: African-American History3HIST 210: African-American HistoryElective/Pre-Major CoursesRequired Course
Foreign Lang. 111: Elementary Level I3FSU EquivalenciesElective/Pre-Major CoursesRequired Course
Foreign Lang. 112: Elementary Level II3FSU EquivalenciesElective/Pre-Major CoursesRequired Course
COM 231: Public Speaking3SPEE 200: Introduction to SpeechUGETC Humanities/Fine Arts Suggested Course,General Education
Any CAA Natural Science Course(Approved Course Options)4FSU EquivalenciesAdditional General Education CoursesSuggested Course,General Education
HUM 115: Critical Thinking3PHIL 110: Critical ThinkingAdditional General Education CoursesSuggested Course,General Education
POL 120: American Government3POLI 210: Principles of American Govt.Additional General Education CoursesSuggested Course
PED 110: Fit and Well for Life2HEED 112: Health and WellnessElective/Pre-Major CoursesSuggested Course,General Education

Remaining Associate Degree Requirements:

In addition to major-specific course recommendations above, students should work with a community college advisor to select additional community college courses to fulfill the remaining associate degree requirements identified below.

Recommended CC CourseCredit
Hours
University EquivalentAssociate Degree
Requirement Fulfilled
University Requirement Fulfilled
ENG 111: Writing and Inquiry3ENGL 110: English Composition IEnglish CompositionGeneral Education
ENG 112: Writing/Research in the Disc3ENGL 120: English Composition IIEnglish CompositionGeneral Education
Student Choice/No Preference(Approved Course Options)6FSU EquivalenciesUGETC Humanities/Fine Arts General Education
Student Choice/No Preference(Approved Course Options)3FSU EquivalenciesUGETC MathGeneral Education
Student Choice/No Preference(Approved Course Options)4FSU EquivalenciesUGETC Natural SciencesGeneral Education
ACA 122: College Transfer Success1UNIV 110: University StudiesAcademic TransitionGeneral Education
Student Choice/No Preference(Approved Course Options)3FSU EquivalenciesAdditional General Education CoursesGeneral Education
Student Choice/No Preference(Approved Course Options)3FSU EquivalenciesElective/Pre-Major CoursesElective

Additional Information From Fayetteville State University:

Core Requirements: Minimum of 39 credits in the core curriculum required of all students. Students who enter as first-time freshmen must take an entering freshman and rising junior assessment to complete core requirements.

Admission Requirements: See Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work above.

Other Major Requirements: Students must receive a C or higher in all courses.

Graduation Requirements: All graduating seniors are required to complete the Graduating Senior Assessment after completing 90 or more semester hours (including credit by examination), but not later than the graduation semester.

Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work

  • Completion of the Bachelor of Social Work Application
  • Approval by the BSW Program Director.
  • A minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  • An overall GPA of 2.5 must be maintained throughout the program.
  • A 2.75 GPA in all Social Work classes taken.
  • A minimum final grade of “C” or higher in all courses is required for graduation.
  • A final grade of “C” or higher must be earned in each course used to fulfill requirements for a minor or electives.
  • A minimum of 120 credit hours are necessary for graduation. Even if a course requirement is waived, the credit hour requirement remains.
  • A free elective is any course offered or accepted by the university that has not already been used to fulfill other requirements. Elective selection should be based on the student’s academic interest and eventual graduate school and/or career goals.

Remaining Bachelor’s Degree Requirements at University:

University CourseCredit
Hours
University Course Notes
Support Course for Major3

Select one from the following:

  • HIST 211 - The United States to 1865
  • HIST 212 - The United States since 1865
  • HIST 110 - World History to 1600
  • HIST 120 - World History since 1600
Support Course for Major3

Select one from the following:

  • MATH 120 - Finite Mathematics
  • MATH 121 - Introduction to College Algebra
  • MATH 123 - College Algebra
  • MATH 126 - Quantitative Reasoning
  • MATH 129 - Precalculus Mathematics I
  • MATH 130 - Precalculus Mathematics II
  • MATH 131 - Algebra and Trigonometry
  • STAT 202 - Basic Probability and Statistics
SWRK 230: Introduction to Social Work3
SWRK 311: Research Methods: Practice Ori3
SWRK 321: Statistics for Social Workers3
SWRK 330: Human Behavior & the Soc Env3
SWRK 335: Human Behavior in the Social3
SWRK 340: Social Welf Poli: Soc Wel Hist3
SWRK 350: Social Welfare Policy II3
SWRK 360: Social Work Practice I3
SWRK 370: Social Work Practice II3
SWRK 375: Social Work Practice with Mili3
SWRK 410: Social Work Practice III3
SWRK 435: Senior Seminar3
SWRK 445: Cultural Diversity3
SWRK 465: Block Field Practicum10
SWRK 475: Integrative Seminar2
Major Electives6

Must select six credits from the following:

  • SWRK 220 - Introduction to Human Services
  • SWRK 380 - Health and Social Work
  • SWRK 415 - School Social Work
  • SWRK 420 - Substance Abuse and Social Work Practice
  • SWRK 425 - Social Work with Families
  • SWRK 440 - Social Work with People of Color
  • SWRK 470 - Aging and Social Work
  • SWRK 480 - Child Welfare Services
  • SWRK 490 - Special Topics in Social Work
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