Social Work Admission Process

"Generalist practice is the application of an electric knowledge base, professional values, and a wide range of skills to target any size system for change within the context of four primary processes.  First, generalist practice emphasizes client empowerment, the process of increasing personal, interpersonal, or political power so that individuals can take action to improve their life situations" (Gutierrez, 2001, p 210)[1].  Second, it involves working effectively within an organizational structure and doing so under supervision. Third it requires the assumption of a wide range of professional roles.  Fourth, generalist practice involves the application of critical thinking skills to the planned change process." (Kirst-Ashman & Hull, p.7, 2006)[2]


[1] Guiterrez, L.M. ?Working with Women of Color: An Empowerment Perspective? in J. Rothman, J.L. Erlich & J.E. Tropman (Eds) Strategies of Community Intervention (6th Ed.): Itasca, Il: Peacock. 2001

[2]  Kirst-Ashman, K., & Hull, G.  ?Generalist Practice with Organizations & Communities,?  Thomson/Brooks/Cole: United States, 2006


Application Instructions
How to apply to the Social Work Program
Application Form
Social Work Program Application for Admission
Program Admission Assessment
Program Admission Assessment
The Social Work Program is invested in and responsible for the Social Work Student's educational process by its admission, advancement, and termination policies and procedures.
Manuals Form
Since the program is a professional program, students are required to read and understand the Student Handbook and Field Practicum Manual.
Admission Reference Form
Admission requires three letters of reference from professional and/or academic persons, excluding friends and relatives.
CCAS Application
Arts and Science Application