Social Work, Minor
Saint Louis University offers an undergraduate minor in social work that can be completed in 18 credits.
A minor in social work provides students with an understanding of the social work profession, the issues that social work addresses, and the values that drive the profession.
Students considering pursuing an M.S.W. will not be able to obtain advanced standing toward the M.S.W. with a minor in social work. Only students with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work can obtain advanced standing.
|SWRK 1000||Introduction to Social Work||3|
|SWRK 2300||Human Behavior Social Envrnmnt||3|
|SWRK 3300||Social Work Practice with Individuals||3|
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis|
|Social Policy for Social Justice|
|Dismantling Oppression: Exploring Equity & Inclusion|
|Social Work Practice with Groups|
|Social Work Practice with Families|
|Social Work Practice with Organizations & Communities|
|Mental Health & Crime|
|Research Methods for a Diverse Society|
- Cumulative GPA of at least 2.00.
A minimum grade of C in all 1000- to 4000-level social work courses.
For additional admission questions please contact:
Vithya Murugan, Ph.D., M.S.W.
School of Social Work