Train to become a specialist in social work who can work directly with individuals, groups and communities.

In this program, offered in French only, you will acquire knowledge on theories, social contexts and social policy. Through a combination of classroom training and two field placements, you will learn to apply intervention skills in the context of poverty and other social inequalities, including those based on gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation and identity, and physical and mental abilities. This specialized program has limited enrollment.

Why choose the School of Social Work

The School’s Social Work program is accredited by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education and gives you access to professional associations in Ontario and Quebec, as well as in Canada and many other countries.

Part of your learning experience

Two full-term field placements provide you with professional experiences and the opportunity to start building your network while you study.

Program prerequisites and minimum admission average 

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4 years120 units
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Honours with Specialization in Social Work (offered in French only)

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Minor in Social Work

Jennica Thomas
Student Voices

“The most memorable experiences have been the placements because they gave me the opportunity to learn in the field.”

Jennica Thomas

— Graduate

What to expect

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