SLCC Articulation: Social Work

Accepted Courses from SLCC to Weber State University

Salt Lake Community College

Social Work Prerequisites

Complete the Following Courses and/or Equivalents at SLCC

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3
ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3
PSY 1010 General Psychology 3
ANTH 1010 Culture & Human Experience 3
SOC 1010 Intro to Sociology 3
SW 1010 Intro to Social Work  3
SW 2100 Human Behavior & Social Environment I 3
BIOL 1090 Human Biology 3
CIS  1020 Computer Essentials  3

Select 1 Course from the Following

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ECON 1740 ECON History of US 3
HIST 1700 American Civilization  3
POLS 1100 US GOVT & Politics  3

Select 1 Course from the Following

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning  3
MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics  3
MATH 1050 College Algebra  4
MATH 1080 Pre-calculus  5

Select 1 Course from the Following Areas (1 must also be a Diversity-DV-course)

Course Credit Hours
Biological Sciences (BS) 3
Fine Arts (FA) 3
Humanities (HU) 3
Interdisciplinary (ID) 3
Social Science (SS) 3
Physical Science (PS) 3
Please meet with your SLCC Advisor for course options

**While WSU Social Work Advisors prefer BIOL 1090, we have also accepted BIOL 1110 “Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology” as a substitute for ZOOL 1020 at WSU.**

**Other acceptable Transfer courses from SLCC include: BIOL 1610 “College Biology”; BIOL 2320 “Human Anatomy”; and BIOL 2420 “Human Physiology”.**

**ANTH 1010 “Culture and Human Experience” at SLCC is considered a substitute for ANTH 1000 at WSU.**

Minimum credits required for AA/AS: 60+

Please consult with your SLCC Advisor for any additional required/elective credits needed to fulfill all necessary requirements for an AS Degree. 

Weber State University

Bachelors of Social Work Program

Complete the Following Courses and/or Equivalents at WSU

Semester 1

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
SW 3100 Human Behavior & the Social Environment II 2
SW 3200 Child and Family Welfare 2
SW 3500 Social Welfare Policy & Contemporary 3
SW 3600 Social Statistics  3
Incorporate Minor Courses

Semester 2

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
SW 3700 Social Work Research  3
SW 3900 Social Work Methods, Values, and Ethics 3
SW 3910 Social Work Practice I 3
SW 4150 DSM 5 3
Incorporate Minor Courses 

Semester 3

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
SW 3920 Social Work Practice II 3
SW 3930 Social Work Practice III 3
SW 4860 Social Service Field Experience I 4
Incorporate Minor Courses 

Semester 4

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
SW 4500 Intervention for Population at Risk 3
SW4861 Social Work Field Experience II 4
SW 4990 Social Work Senior Seminar  2
Incorporate Minor Courses

**Additional course requirements will need to be fulfilled based on whether a student desires a BA or BS in Social Work for options please contact WSU Advisor.**

**Students must complete a minor in a chosen field in order to fulfill the necessary course requirements within this program, please contact the advisor listed below for further information.**  

Please consult with your WSU Advisor regarding additional required/elective credits needed to fulfill all necessary requirements for a BS Degree.

Source Credit Hours
Transfer Credits from SLCC 60+
Total SLCC & WSU Credits  120+

 

SLCC to WSU Credit Conversion Chart

SW 2650 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 3500 at WSU.
SW 2750 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 3900 at WSU.
SW 2230 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 3920 at WSU.
SW 2920 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 4860 at WSU.
SW 2930 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 4861 at WSU. 
SW 2720 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent of SOWK 4150 at WSU.
SW 2900 at SLCC is NOT the equivalent for SOCWK 4600 or SOWK 4800 at WSU.
However, major elective credits may be granted at the discretion of the department chair.

This is only a recommended transfer articulation guide and should only be used as such. To avoid mis-advisement please consult with both your SLCC & WSU Advisor for further information.

Contact us for more information

 Department of Social Work & Gerontology 
Phone:   1-801-626-6157
E-mail: tracymerrill@weber.edu   

 

Contact your Advisor

Seth Wilhelmesen 
Phone:   1-801-626-7809
E-mail: sethwilhelmsen@weber.edu
Website:  https://weber.edu/socwkgen/