This program trains specialists who can perform case work with individuals, groups and communities and who have a solid grasp of both the theories and the social and political contexts surrounding social work. Through a combination of classroom instruction and two full practicum sessions, students learn to apply intervention techniques in the context of issues linked to poverty and social inequalities (based on sex, ethnicity, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, etc.). 

This program is offered in French only.

The French immersion stream is available with this program.

FRA 1710Analyse, écriture et argumentation I3 Units
FRA 1720Analyse, écriture et argumentation II3 Units
SVS 1500Introduction au service social3 Units
SCS 2550Introduction à la méthodologie en sciences sociales3 Units
SVS 2510Diversité et service social3 Units
SVS 2515Méthodes d'intervention en service social3 Units
SVS 2520État-providence, politiques sociales et service social3 Units
SVS 2530Familles, générations et service social3 Units
SVS 3505Fondements théoriques de l'intervention social3 Units
SVS 3515Laboratoire de préparation au stage3 Units
SVS 3525Intégration des expériences de stage I3 Units
SVS 3620Stage d'intervention I9 Units
SVS 4505Recherche communautaire et recherche-action en service social3 Units
SVS 4510Intégration des expériences de stage II3 Units
SVS 4620Stage d'intervention II9 Units
9 optional course units in social work (SVS) at the 3000 or 4000 level9 Units
54 elective course units54 Units
or 24 elective course units plus a minor
Total: 120 Units