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  1. 7.2.4 Other Information
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Promotion Status
    A student who is denied promotion and required to withdraw from the program a second time will not be eligible for future admission to the program. ... Following a denial of promotion, a student can apply as a new applicant to the School of Social Work in accordance with Calendar requirements for the year in which admission is being sought as indicated under Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work, Admission Following Promotion Denied.

  2. 7.2.2 Probationary Promotion
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Promotion Status
    If the required course is one of the Professional Education Courses listed in Table 2 or Table 3, the student must repeat the course and obtain a numeric grade of at least 65% in order to meet the Professional Education course prerequisites needed to proceed to the next semester in the Bachelor of Social Work program. ... If the required course is one of the General Education Courses from Table 1 Complementary Studies the student must complete the same course or another course listed for the corresponding Learning Objective and obtain a numeric grade of at least 65% in order to meet the General Education course prerequisites needed to proceed to the next year in the Bachelor of Social Work program.

  3. 7.2.3 Promotion Denied
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Promotion Status
    who has received a numeric grade of less than 65% in more than one required course listed in Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) or Table 3 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree) and that were completed since the commencement of the Bachelor of Social Work program. ... who has received a numeric grade of less than 65% twice in the same required social work course listed in Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) or Table 3 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree).and that were completed since the commencement of the Bachelor of Social Work program.

  4. 6.2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree)
    In: School of Social Work - 6 Program Regulations
    Following admission, credit hours shall normally be taken in the sequence as set out in Table 3 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree). Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load specified for semesters 1-4 must receive prior written approval from the Dean of the School. A change in course sequence and/or reduction of the course load may result in an extension to the length of time normally required to complete the program.

  5. 7.1 General Information
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations
    Once a student has been accepted into the First or Second Degree Bachelor of Social Work program, these regulations shall apply upon commencement of courses in the first semester of the program to the completion of the degree. ... The Committee on Undergraduate Studies will determine a student's promotion status at the end of each academic term.

  6. 5.3.5 Admission Following Promotion Denied
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work - 5.3 Admission Requirements
    A student who is denied promotion and required to withdraw from the program a second time will not be eligible for future admission to the program. ... If the application is accepted, and the time since the last successfully completed course(s) in a BSW Program of Study is fewer than three years, then the Committee on Undergraduate Studies will review and determine what, if any, courses need to be repeated. If the time since the last successfully completed course(s) in a BSW Program of Study is three years or greater, then the student will be required to repeat previously successfully completed Social Work courses and the Committee on Undergraduate Studies will review and determine what, if any, Complementary Studies courses will need to be successfully completed as listed under the Program Regulations for the Social Work program.

  7. 6.1.1 Program Residency Requirements
    In: School of Social Work - 6 Program Regulations - 6.1 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree)
    Students shall be required to successfully complete all Social Work courses on the St. John’s campus except for: SCWK 1710, 3300, 3311, 4302, 4321, 4322, and 4323.

  8. 6.2.1 Program Residency Requirements
    In: School of Social Work - 6 Program Regulations - 6.2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree)
    Students shall be required to successfully complete all Social Work courses on the St. John’s Campus except for: SCWK 1710, 3300, 3311, 4302, and 4521.

  9. 7.2.1 Clear Promotion
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Promotion Status
    who has completed the academic term with a numeric grade of at least 65% in each required course in the Bachelor of Social Work degree program from Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) or Table 3 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree); ... Clear Promotion means that a student can proceed to the next term without restrictions. Clear Promotion will be given to a student

  10. 5.3.3 Acceptance Procedures for Admission
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work - 5.3 Admission Requirements
    Applicants for the First Degree program and the Second Degree program will normally be notified of admission decisions by the end of June. Approved applicants for the Bachelor of Social Work degree will be admitted in the Fall semester only. ... The School of Social Work will not defer any admissions to the First or Second Degree programs.

  11. 5.3.4 Admission Following Voluntary Withdrawal
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work - 5.3 Admission Requirements
    If the application is accepted, and the time since the last successfully completed course(s) in a BSW Program of Study is fewer than three years, then the Committee on Undergraduate Studies will review and determine what, if any, courses need to be repeated. If the time since the last successfully completed course(s) in a BSW Program of Study is three years or greater, then the student will be required to repeat previously successfully completed Social Work courses and the Committee on Undergraduate Studies will review and determine what, if any, Complementary Studies courses will need to be successfully completed as listed under the Program Regulations for the Social Work program.

  12. 7.3 Leave of Absence
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations
    A leave of absence can only be requested after a student completes the first semester of the program. ... Any student who requests to take a leave, for any reason, from the program and retain status in the program may normally do so once, with the written approval of the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, and for a maximum period of one academic year. A student who plans to resume studies within the one year period must notify the Dean in writing three months prior to the beginning of the term in which the student plans to continue in the program. A student who does not return at the end of their approved leave of absence will be deemed to have withdrawn from the program.

  13. 7.4 Student Withdrawal
    In: School of Social Work - 7 Academic Requirements and Promotion Regulations
    The School reserves the right to require a student to withdraw from the program at any time when acceptable cause is demonstrated. ... A student who voluntarily withdraws at any time from the program or a student who is required to withdraw from the program at the request of the School, and who wants to return to the program can apply as a new applicant to the School of Social Work in accordance with Calendar requirements for the year in which admission is being sought as indicated under Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work, Admission Following Voluntary Withdrawal.

  14. 5.3.1 First Degree Program
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work - 5.3 Admission Requirements
    To be considered for admission to the First Degree Bachelor of Social Work program, applicants must have: ... Applicants who complete any Complementary Studies courses listed for Year 2 and Year 3 of Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) prior to admission and receive a grade of less than 65% in these courses will be required, following admission, to repeat the courses or take other courses that meet the same Learning Objective(s) according to Program Regulations and achieve a minimum grade of 65% in each course.

  15. 5.3.2 Second Degree Program
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work - 5.3 Admission Requirements
    The Bachelor of Social Work as a Second Degree is a 60 credit hour program intended for candidates who have completed a university degree, the required prerequisite courses, meet the academic performance requirements, and have verified work experience/volunteer experience and/or community involvement in human services related to social work. ... To be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Social Work as a Second Degree, applicants must have:

  16. 5.2 Application Forms and Deadlines
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work
    The Bachelor of Social Work as a First Degree and as a Second Degree program commences in the Fall semester. The deadline for application for admission to both the First and Second Degree programs is March 1. Students are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible. ... The application for admission to programs offered by the School of Social Work is submitted online. The application for admission or readmission to the University is submitted online at www.mun.ca/undergrad/admissions/apply.

  17. 6.1 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree)
    In: School of Social Work - 6 Program Regulations
    In order for students to proceed to each field practicum (i.e., SCWK 3300 and SCWK 4302), all professional education courses and all general education courses prior to each field practicum as listed in the Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) Program of Study must be successfully completed with each course having a final grade of 65% or greater. ... The 120 credit hour Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree) requires 75 professional education credit hours from the School of Social Work that include two field practica plus 45 general education credit hours from Table 1 Complementary Studies as defined in Table 2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a First Degree).

  18. 5.1 General Information
    In: School of Social Work - 5 Admission Regulations for the School of Social Work
    Entry to the Bachelor of Social Work is competitive. Meeting the minimum requirements for admission does not guarantee acceptance into the First Degree program or Second Degree program. The final decision on admission rests with the Bachelor of Social Work Admissions Committee. The decision of the Admissions Committee is final and there are no grounds for appeal.

  19. 4.1 General Information
    In: School of Social Work - 4 Description of Program
    The objectives of the undergraduate program are to prepare students to: ... The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is a full-time program that is offered as a First or a Second Degree program and is comprised of course work and two field practica. The BSW degree qualifies graduates for beginning professional practice in social work settings.

  20. 4.2 Social Work Field Practica
    In: School of Social Work - 4 Description of Program
    The Field Education Coordinators are responsible for facilitating appropriate matches among students, field instructors, and field practicum settings. Although consideration will be given to all factors affecting the location and type of field practica, final approval of all field practica rests with the Field Education Coordinators. Students who refuse a field practicum deemed suitable by the Field Education Coordinators may be delayed in their program or prevented from completing their program of study.


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