Booth University College
447 Webb Place
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2P2
Bachelor of Social Work
Social work is a professional program, equipping you with the knowledge, values and skills to look at the world around you and identify the oppression and social injustice that exists. Social workers draw on a natural love of working with people to challenge injustice in society, and make the world a place where there is enough for all. Social Workers build on the inherent strengths and abilities in individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations to facilitate change, bringing people and society to a place of optimal functioning. We are not just about changing people, but about changing our world. We help to make the world a better place for everyone to live in, where all have a place at the table, and all are given what they need; and contribute what they are able.
In our Social Work Program, learning takes place within an intentionally Christian academic environment that fosters awareness of and respect for diversity and other traditions. Graduates of the program operate under the auspices of the Canadian Association of Social Work Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
Last updated: Friday, July 26, 2013