Social work and business students join forces and get a first-hand taste of how social and business principles can co-exist and even complement each other.
Right here, right now: A drop-in counselling program for women has begun at the Women"s Centre.
Dr. Donna Hardy Cox, dean of Memorial's School of Social Work, is a big supporter of online learning and the opportunities it provides to both students and professors. (Watch video testimonial.)
Welcome to the School of Social Work
HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us at the School of Social Work!
Applications to the BSW Program
We are transitioning to an on-line application process. Applications for admission to the Bachelor of Social Work degree program should be submitted online. For more information please visit: http://www.mun.ca/socwrk/undergraduate/apply.php
Applications to the MSW Program
All application forms and accompanying documents for admission to the MSW program, which begins in Sept. each year, must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies on or before the deadline of January 15 in any year.
Applications to the PhD Program
The next deadline for new applicants for the 2019 intake is Sept. 15, 2018.
For further information, please visit: http://www.mun.ca/socwrk/doctoral/ProspectiveStudentPhDInfo.php
Journal Welcomes Submissions, Reviewers
The school’s peer reviewed online journal welcomes submissions from representatives from professional associations, administrators, social work practitioners, and the community members they serve. To learn more about submissions or becoming a reviewer, and to register, visit http://intersectionalities.mun.ca
Online Field Instructor Course
The Field Education Team at the School of Social Work is pleased to announce that the new field instructor course was made available online as of February 2013. The course is free of charge to any social worker who wants to learn more about field instruction and becoming a field instructor. Read more
Face Forward: President's Report 2015
Multidisciplinary university. Multifaceted individuals. Discover the people and stories of Memorial in this year's report at www.mun.ca/presidentsreport