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Renison school of Social WorkThe Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is a 10 month full time) program that is an excellent option for anyone who is looking to become a registered Social Worker. We understand that students who are interested in this degree can come from a variety of educational backgrounds, making the pathway to obtaining a BSW unique for each of you. This pathways page is designed to help you understand how you can attain a BSW degree from Renison. If you still have questions, feel free to contact Maddie Gretzky 519-884-4404 x28597.

If you do not meet any of the criteria listed above, you have a few options:

1) Upgrade your high school credits: Take grade 12 4U English (minimum 70%) along with 5 other U/M credits (minimum overall average of 80%).

2) Upgrade your college credits: Take 1 or 2 English/Communications courses with a minimum of 70%, and raise your overall average to 85% (for a 1 year diploma) or 75% (for 2 and 3 year diplomas).

3) Take 4 university level credits at the 200 level: Choose 4 credits in a variety of Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology etc), and be sure to include an English course if you don't have grade 12 4U English. Attain an overall average of at least 65%. Some of these credits may be eligible for transfer credit status.