If you are considering a minor in social work, you should talk with your advisor and the Social Work Department Chair about the possible benefits. The Social Work Minor requires 20 hours in 300-level social work courses, specifically: SW 312, 314, 325, 340, 440, SOC 385, plus 3 credits of social work electives (e.g., SW 378, SW 200, SW 355, SW 410, etc.). No more than two grades below a "C" will be accepted in courses toward the social work minor. You can successfully combine a minor in social work with political science, psychology, sociology, social science, criminal justice and other majors as well. However, you are forewarned that a social work minor is not adequate preparation for entry-level social work employment, nor for competent social work practice. You will not be eligible for social work licensure in the State of Michigan with a social work minor. The program, therefore, only recommends B.S.W. graduates for employment within the field of human services.
The Multicultural Club invites you (yes, you!) to the Multicultural Club Kickoff Meeting, today at 12:30 pm. http://t.co/5OOzsM0wVt
We hope you'll join us for the Opening Mass of the Holy Spirit, TODAY at 12 pm in the Sacred Heart Chapel. http://t.co/gfA9uhliK1