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BSW Admission Process

CMU students may declare a pre-Social Work major at any time, including upon admittance, to CMU. This pre-Social Work major designation indicates a student’s interest in pursuing a social work major. The pre-Social Work major designation does NOT guarantee that students will be accepted into the BSW program. Students must complete a formal application process, which gives them an opportunity to be considered for admittance into the BSW program. We currently accept up to 25 students per academic year.

In order to be eligible to apply to the BSW program, a student must meet the following criteria:

  1. Completion of the following 60 credits of coursework (please refer to the BSW Program Sheet):
  • CMU Essential Learning/General Education requirements (31 semester hours)
  • Wellness Requirement (2 semester hours)
  • Essential Learning Capstone (4 semester hours)
  • Foundation courses (6 semester hours)
  • Social Work Introductory Courses (6 semester hours)
  • Other electives (11 semester hours; could include any social work electives, foreign language requirements, or any other electives)
  1. A minimum overall cumulative GPA of 2.0 and a minimum overall cumulative social work GPA of 2.5.