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West Chester University Social Work Transfer Agreement
Social Work (Associate in Science) to Bachelor of Social Work
*For Students Who Entered The Major Prior To Fall 2016*
|ENG 100||English Composition I||3||WRT 120||Effective Writing I||3|
|SWO 101/HUS 101||Intro to Social Work & Human Services||3||SWO 200||Intro to Social Welfare||3|
|MAT 121 or higher||3-5||Dependent on course selection||3-5|
|PSY 140||General Psychology||3||PSY 100||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|HIS 110||American History I||3||HIS 151||History of United States I||3|
|ENG 112||English Composition II||3||WRT 200||Critial Writing and Research||3|
|COMM 111||Public Speaking||3||SPK 208||Public Speaking||3|
|SOC 110||Introduction to Sociology||3||SOC 200||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|BIO 100 or 110||Biological Science or Introduction to Biology I||4||BIO 100 or 110||Basic Biological Science or General Biology||4|
|SOC 215/PSY 22||Experiences in Diversity||3||SWO 225||Race Relations||3|
|SWO 210||Human Behavior in the Social Enviro I||3||SWO 350||Human Behavior and Social Enviro I||3|
|SWO 220||Social Welfare Policy||3||Social Work Elective||3|
|PHI 110||Contemporary Moral Problems||3||PHI 180||Introduction to Ethics||3|
|POL 120||American National Government||3||PSC 100||U.S. Government and Politics||3|
|Program Elective||3||Dependent on course selection||3|
|Science Elective||4||Dependent on course selection||4|
|MAT 210||Intro to Mathematical Statistics||3||MATH 121||Statistics||3|
|Foreign Language||3||Dependent on course election||3|
|PSY 203/SWO 203||Counseling Skills||3||General Educaiton Elective||3|
|ART/DRA/MUS/HUM elective||3||Dependent on course selection||3|
|Total Program Credits||62-64||62-64|
- Students are encouraged to complete MAT 121 at DCCC, especially if they plan on pursuing an MSW. MAT 100, 125 and 126 should not be taken, as they will not apply towards the BSW.
- Students should choose one Foreign Language and complete two consecutive courses. Students who are bilingual are exempt from the FL requirement, but must complete an additional six (6) credits to meet graduation requirements, and should choose from the following based on their interest: PSY 202, PSY 204, PSY 205, PSY 220, PSY 290, PSY 241, PSY 242, SOC 219, or ECO 210. Students not completing the foreign language requirements must acquire approval from the Dean of Business, Computer and Social Sciences.
- Students who graduate from DCCC and participate in the Academic Passport can choose any Lab Science course. Students who do not participate in the Academic Passport must complete any Lab Science that is not designated as BIO.
- Students should choose one course from the following: ART, DRA, MUS, HUM 141 or HUM 142.