Undergraduates throughout the university are able to complete a Social Work minor. In order to do so they must:
- Register with the BASW Program Director Toya Jones who will certify that they are completing the social work minor.
- Complete (with a grade of C- or better) The Social Work Minor requires the successful completion of 15 credits from the following list of courses:
- SOCWRK 1000: Introduction to Social Work (Required for all subsequent courses with the exception of SOCWRK 1005.) This is a service-learning course and requires 45 hours of volunteer service. Offered Fall and Spring Terms
- SOCWRK 1005: Foundations of the Welfare State (offered in Fall Term)
- SOCWRK 1006: Policy Analysis (pre-requisites SOCWRK 1000 & SOCWRK 1005; offered in Spring Term.) This is a service-learning course and requires 45 hours of volunteer service.
- SOCWRK 1035: Global Perspectives in Social Work (offered in Spring Term)
- SOCWRK 1040: Poverty and Income Inequality: Social Responses (offered in Spring Term)
- SOCWRK 1058: Economics and Social Work (offered in Fall Term)
- SOCWRK 1059: Child and Family Advocacy (offered in Spring Term)
- SOCWRK 1063: African-American Health Issues (offered in Fall Term)
- SOCWRK 1079: Child Welfare Services (offered in both Fall and Spring Terms)
All courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better
The Social Work Minor is available to all Pitt students!
For more information, contact the BASW director Dr. Toya Jones at email@example.com.
Browne Leadership Fellows Program
The Browne Leadership Fellows Program is an interdisciplinary fellowship aimed at preparing non-social work major students to be engaged civic leaders working to advance economic and social justice. Read more about the Program.