|Faculty:||Faculty of Health & Community Studies
|Degree:||Bachelor; University Transfer
|Description:||Transform lives in the communities where you live and work. This degree builds on your previous two years of post-secondary education, preparing you to become a registered social worker.
Our unique Bachelor of Social Work focuses on the ways social, environmental and economic issues interrelate, and how we all fit into the larger community. Sustainability and social work practice with Indigenous peoples are core to our program. You develop professional practice skills through practicum placements. Upon graduation, you are prepared to work in a diverse range of health, mental health, child and family, community and human service settings.