The curriculum for the BSW degree consists of a minimum of 122 credit hours provided through required and elective courses. Of these 122 credit hours, 42-45 credit hours are devoted to general/supportive liberal arts courses and 52 credit hours to social work courses. The remainder of the required credit hours are earned through elective courses. Students are free to select elective courses of their choice.
The BSW program is offered on four IU campuses: Bloomington, East, Gary and Indianapolis. Students in the BSW program must successfully complete all freshman, sophomore and junior social work courses and achieve senior standing, as defined by the BSW program, before enrolling in the senior year course work.
Each IU campus has general education requirements in addition to the requirements for the BSW degree. Consult the BSW advisors on the appropriate campus to determine these requirements that must be fulfilled for graduation.
Consult the Schedule of Classes to see when each course is offered http://registrar.indiana.edu/scheofclass.shtml