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What type of classes are required to earn a BA in Social Work?


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2010-01-16 15:28:50
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The school that you are wanting to attend will be able to give you a list of classes that are required, since each school is different.

Generally speaking, colleges and universities do not award bachelor's degrees in social work (there are a few exceptions, such as University of Maryland Baltimore Campus). It is more common for the educational institution to offer a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree.


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