BSU’s traditional bachelor of social work degree is a four-year undergraduate professional degree. The first two years consist of liberal education that include a series of foundation and pre-admission courses. Then students apply for admission to the Social Work program, which includes four semesters of core classes. See Admission Criteria and Eligibility for more information.
The on-campus BSW is a traditional face-to-face BSW degree program. Students complete 70 credit hours, including 540 hours of hands-on practice within a human service organization. Students can complete the one-semester, 480-hour internship within a four-hour radius of Bemidji State University.
For more information on the courses in this program, visit the course catalog.
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