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The Social Work Program at Fort Hays State University offers a Baccalaureate of Social Work (BSW) degree. The program was approved and adopted by the Board of Regents in February 1995. The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and graduates are eligible for licensure in the State of Kansas.
The BSW program may NOT be completed online, as the program has in-residence requirements. Specifically, each student must receive face-to-face instruction during his/her junior year and the fall semester of his/her senior year. Please review the BSW Program of Study:
* Cognates: Required Non-Social Work Courses
+ Required as a Core Social Work course but may be listed in SOC
θ Required for first time freshman who are traditional students - does not count toward hours needed for graduation
# Students coming in under a Transfer and Articulation Agreement are exempt from this requirement
^ Students coming in under a Transfer and Articulation Agreement must also take a one credit lab with this course
Courses in the Freshman and Sophomore years do not necessarily need to be taken in the sequence listed.
Fewer hours per semester can be taken if students attend summer school sessions.
Social Work Core Courses
* Available on-line through the Virtual College.
Liberal Arts Cognates and Non-Social Work Required Courses
All Cognates are available through the Virtual College.
Social Work Elective Courses*
* Courses not listed my be substituted with approval from the Director of Social Work
Recommended Elective Courses
Sociology and Social Work Department Certificate Programs
Additional Licensure Available