BSW Info Session: St. Thomas
Explore the St. Kate's - St. Thomas Social Work Major and Minors!
Date & Time:
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
University of St. Thomas, Anderson Student Center, ASC237
Join Dean of the School of Social Work, Dr. Barbara Shank, and the Director of BSW Field Education, Carey Winkler, for an overview of the the social work profession, the social work major, social work field education, and our two minors, Social Services Management and Chemical Dependency Counseling: Addiction & Recovery. Drop in - no registration required!
Visit our website: www.stthomas.edu/socialwork/undergraduate
Did you know?
- Social Work is a licensed profession. Social work employment is expected to grow by over 12% this decade! Social Work students gain real-world experience during 600 hours of "field education" (juniors complete a 200-hour placement and seniors complete a 400-hour placement), learning and practicing the knowledge, values, and skills of a social worker in a wide range of community-based settings and supervised by trained, agency-based social workers. BSW graduates are prepared for generalist social work practice, including:
* Social justice advocacy * Child, family & school social work * Group counseling * International social work * Community education & organizing * Practice with immigrants & refugees * Restorative justice & corrections * Military social work * Policy & planning * Gero-social work with older adults * Case management * Addiction & recovery * Crisis intervention * Healthcare and medical social work * Social services administration * Community mental health
- BSW graduates may apply to the school's nationally-ranked Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program as Advanced Standing, having completed 18 hours of foundation-level coursework. An Accelerated MSW Admissions process is available for junior social work students interested in pursuing an MSW in clinical social work* practice after completion of their BSW. *Clinical social workers are the largest group of professionally trained mental health providers in the U.S., supplying more than half of counseling and therapy services (NASW).