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San Francisco State University
Social Work B.A.

The Bachelor of Arts in Social Work (BASW) curriculum gives students a solid grounding in generalist social work practice through mastery of the core competencies developed by the Council on Social Work Education`s Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (2008). Upon completion of the degree, students are prepared for a broad range of early career professional social work positions. After completing all general education requirements and prerequisites, students are admitted as upper division students with junior standing. Students are admitted in the fall semester only, and are cohorted to meet all social work requirements during their junior and senior years. It takes four semesters or two years of full-time study during the academic year to complete the BASW Program.

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