University of Toronto – School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies
65/63 St George Street
Canada M5S 2Z9
|Faculty:||School of Graduate Studies|
|Field of Study:||Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity StudiesSocial Work|
|Description||Reducing inequalities and marginalization is in line with professional social work’s agenda of anti-oppression and social justice. Social work is committed to working with and on behalf of people from disenfranchised backgrounds.|
|Website:||Social Work: Social Work (MSW), Social Justice and Diversity Field of Specialization (Advanced) at University of Toronto – School of Graduate Studies|
|Cost per year:||
Cost per year is for the 2017-2018 academic year.
|Additional Admission Requirements:||
Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Faculty of Social Work’s additional admission requirements stated below. Applicants with an appropriate bachelor’s degree with a minimum average equivalent to at least a University of Toronto mid-B in the final year of full-time study from a recognized university are admitted to a two-year MSW program. Applicants who hold a BSW degree with mid-B average in the final year of full-time study, or its equivalent from a recognized university, may be eligible for the MSW advanced-standing option. All applicants must have included 3.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) in social science courses, including 0.5 FCE in research methodology. A mid-B is strongly recommended in the research methodology course. Experience (voluntary or paid) in the social services or related field and knowledge of critical social issues are recommended. Suitability for professional practice in social work will also be considered. Initial admission inquiries should be made directly to the Faculty of Social Work. Please note that applicants holding the minimum admission requirements are not guaranteed admission. All admission decisions are final. Agencies that offer practica will likely require a Vulnerable Sector Verification prior to commencing the practicum. Failure to pass this check will jeopardize a student’s entry to practicum. Cost and time factors are associated with the Vulnerable Sector Verification. A delay in obtaining the results can impact the start time of a student’s practicum. In anticipation of this requirement for the practicum, it is strongly recommended that students begin this process early (more details). In the event that a student does not complete two or more required courses, or receives an FZ (inadequate) after repeating any course, normally steps will be taken by the Faculty to recommend the termination of the student’s registration.