Degrees and Programs
Applicability of Certain Courses
No more than thirty-six semester hours in any one field of study other than social work may be counted toward the Bachelor of Social Work degree. No more than sixty semester hours of social work may be counted toward the degree.
Physical Activity Courses
Physical activity courses (PED) are offered by the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. Six semester hours of this coursework may be counted toward the Bachelor of Social Work degree. All physical activity courses are counted among courses for which the student is enrolled, and the grades are included in the grade point average.
No more than six semester hours of credit for air force science, military science, or naval science courses may be counted toward the Bachelor of Social Work. Such credit may be used only as lower-division electives in degree programs that have room for such electives and only by students who have completed the third and fourth years of the ROTC program.
Correspondence and Extension Courses
Credit that a University student in residence earns simultaneously by correspondence or extension from the University or elsewhere or in residence at another school will not be counted toward a degree in the School of Social Work unless specifically approved in advance by the dean. No more than 30 percent of the semester hours required for the Bachelor of Social Work may be taken by correspondence. More information is available from the assistant dean for undergraduate programs.
Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
Undergraduate students who have received at least thirty semester hours of college credit may take no more than five one-semester courses in elective subjects outside their major area on the pass/fail basis. Students must state their intention to register on this basis by the deadline given in the official academic calendar; they may not change the basis of registration in a course more than once; and they may not take more than two courses a semester on this basis.
No more than six semester hours of bible courses may be counted toward the Bachelor of Social Work degree.
Plans for a minor in psychology, sociology, or another approved area may be developed with advising assistance from the Office of Academic Affairs. A minor requires completion of at least twelve semester hours, six of which must be upper-division.