Pre-Social Work Transfer Pathway Curriculum

The curriculum below is the most current information available. To browse curriculum from the current academic year and past years, please view our Academic Catalogs. If you are a current student with questions about your course requirements, please speak with your advisor or refer to your Degree Audit Report (DARS) in eServices.

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1FallCOMM1435Interpersonal Communication33
1FallENGL1410Composition I33
1FallPSYC1445General Psychology33
1FallSOCS1400Introduction to Sociology33
   Semester Total1515
2SprBIOL1416Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology34
2SprENGL1420Composition II33
2SprMATH1447Introduction to Statistics44
2SprPOLS1460Constitutional Democracy & Gov't33
2SprPRSW1400Introduction to Social Work33
   Semester Total1617
3FallBIOL1430People & the Environment33
3FallBIOL1431People & the Environment Lab12
3FallENGL1453Multicultural American Literature33
3FallSOCS2410Social Inequalities & Change33
   Semester Total1617
4SprMNTC 6Any Course from MN Transfer Goal 633
4SprPRSW1405Social Work Field Experience38
4SprPSYC1405Life-Span Psychology33
   Semester Total1318
   Program Total6067
Elective Courses
  COMM1437Intercultural Communication3 
  ECED1110Child Growth & Development3 
  ECED2110Child/Family Relations in Diverse World3 
  EDUC2410Children with Differing Abilities3 
  LENF1500Intro to Criminal Justice3 
  LENF1510Juvenile Justice3 
  LENF1540Law Enforcement & Human Behavior4 
  LENF2510Law Enforcement & Community4 
  PHED1504Wellness and Fitness1 
  PHIL1450Introduction to World Religion3 
  PSYC1410Abnormal Psychology3 
  PSYC2436Psychology of Addictions3 
  SOCS1402Social Problems3 
  SOCS2403Human Sexuality3 

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.