The current economic and political climate presents particularly challenging times for social workers but our program of study is designed to assist you in meeting these challenges. Our faculty and some 2000 alumni are leaders in the development of a structural approach to social work practice that is rooted in social justice and social change. We look forward to the knowledge, experiences and energy that you will bring to the program.
Register for one of our Spring & Summer courses: SOWK 1000 (1.0) – Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare SOWK 2003 (0.5) Drugs in Society: Theory, Policy & Practice SOWK 2201 (0.5) Working with Children & Youth SOWK 2501 (0.5) Research Methods in Social Work SOWK 2502 (0.5) Statistical Analysis for Social Workers SOWK ... more
Social Work – Instructor (closing date: May 17, 2013) The School of Social Work at Carleton University invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time, on-going position at the Instructor level with a preferred start date of July 1, 2013. The School invites candidates with interest and experience in field practicum education in social ... more
Please click here for list of classes: CONTRACT INSTRUCTORS TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES Carleton University, School of Social Work, has openings to teach the following classes for the fall 2013 and winter 2014 sessions. The successful applicants for the Core courses will be provided with a course outline that has already been developed and approved in ... more
As part of the MSW degree requirements, our students have to conduct community-based research with local agencies or groups. The results of one of these studies (Autism Therapy Wait Times) was covered by the CBC. Read the full story here... more
We had over 1000 applications for the approximately 100 seats in our BSW (Bachelor of Social Work) program this fall. At this point, the majority of decisions have been made. If you haven’t received your decision, you can log into Carleton Central to check your application status. If you log into Carleton Central and notice ... more