There is something for everyone at Southeastern. Explore our undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs, typical career paths and related fields – then decide which one is right for you.
(see footnotes at bottom)
|SOC 1014||Introductory Sociology||3||hours|
|††SW 1014||Introduction to Social Work, Fields of Practice||3||hours|
|ENGL 1014,G||Freshman Composition||3||hours|
|GBIO 1064,G||Introduction to Biological Principles I||3||hours|
|SE 101||Freshman Academic Success a Southeastern||2||hours|
|††SW 2014||History and Philosophy of Social Welfare and
|GBIO 1074,G||Introduction to Biological Principles II||3||hours|
|††ENGL 1024,G||Critical Reading and Writing||3||hours|
|MATH 105 or
College Algebra with Fundamentals / College Algebra
|PSYC 1014||General Psychology I||3||hours|
|LS 102||Introduction to Information Research||1||hours|
|††SW 2024||Child Welfare Services||3||hours|
|††SW 2034||Human Behavior in the Social Environment I||3||hours|
|SOC 2124||Marriage and Family Life||3||hours|
|HIST 201G||American History to 1877||3||hours|
|ENGL 230, or
ENGL 231, or
|MATH 241G||Elementary Statistics||3||hours|
|††SW 2044||Human Behavior in the Social Environment II||3||hours|
|††SW 2054||Understanding Human Diversity and
Populations at Risk
|ENGL 322||Introduction to the Profession of
|HIST 202||American History since 1877||3||hours|
|POLI 201G||American Politics||3||hours|
|CMPS 110||Computer Literacy||3||hours|
|††SW 360||Social Work Research Methods and Designs||3||hours|
|††SW 402||Social Welfare Policy, A Framework for Analysis||3||hours|
|††SW 303||Crisis Intervention||3||hours|
|MUS 151, or
THEA 131, or
ART 105, or
|Introduction to Music
Introduction to the Theatre
Survey of World Art History I
Survey of World Art History II
|††SW 304||Generalist Social Work Practice: Micro
|††SW 361||Methods of Analysis and Dissemination||3||hours|
|ECON 102 or
ECON 201 or
|Elements of Economics
Principles of Economics (Microeconomics)
Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics)
|COMM 211G||Introduction to Public Speaking||3||hours|
|††SW 305||Generalist Social Work Practice: Mezzo Practice Skills||3||hours|
|††SW 406||Generalist Social Work Practice: Macro Practice Skills||3||hours|
|††SW 308||Generalist Social Work Practice: Case Management Skills||3||hours|
|††SW 4973||Integrative Field Seminar||3||hours|
Total semester hours required 120
Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of electives.
All courses with a Social Work prefix (required or electives) are used in the calculation of the major field average.
GGeneral Education Courses
††Major course; grade of "C" or better required.
1Students may utilize electives for Child Welfare grant requirements.
2Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Geography except 309, and Family and Consumer Science.
3Students may not schedule SW 497 and SW 498 until completion of all curricula requirements and prior social work courses have been completed. They must also have a minimum adjusted grade point average of 2.5.
4Courses needed prior to acceptance into Professional Standing. Social Work 203 and Social Work 204, Social Work 204 and Sociology 212, Social Work 203 and GBIO 107, and Social Work 204 and GBIO 107 may be concurrent registration.
Member of the University of Louisiana System | Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
© 2022 Southeastern Louisiana University | All Rights Reserved