Open up new doors of practice and influence with a master's degree in Social Work. A 450-hour practicum with one of UFV's partner agencies enables you to build relationships and establish connections in the field, as you complete 30 credits of coursework over five semesters.
UFV's Bachelor of Social Work prepares you for work with individuals, groups and communities in a variety of social settings. Enter the BSW program after completing 60 lower-level university credits, and choose either a generalist or child welfare specialization option.
Establish strong foundations in the field of human services with UFV's two-year Social Service Worker diploma. Choose an Indigenous Focus to learn how to work in culturally safe ways within Indigenous communities, or tailor the program to meet your personal, education, and career goals.
Learn to support diverse children and adults and their families with UFV's School and Community Support Worker certificate. Complete the certificate in two semesters if you study full-time, or longer if you attend part-time. You will be qualified to work as an Education Assistant upon graduation.