Bachelor of Science in Social Work (Since 1970)


The Bachelor of Science in Social Work is a program designed to produce future globally – competitive Social Work professionals who are imbued with Catholic Christian values and are committed to develop and empower their clientele towards social transformation and total development. The program utilizes a generalist approach in which they get to learn the primary and secondary methods of social work practice, guided by the theoretical and philosophical bases of the profession.


Skills Development

  • Casework practice
  • Group work practice
  • Community Organization
  • Program Management and Administration
  • Social Work Supervision
  • Social Research
  • Awareness of Social Legislation
  • Advocacy and Leadership Skills


Curricular Requirement (Course Units Distribution)

Level Course Classification First Semester Second Semester Summer
First Year General Education 17 Units 11 Units
Professional Education 3 Units 9 Units
Institutional Requirements 4 Units 3 Units
Second Year General Education 8 Units 8 Units
Professional Education 15 Units 12 Units
Institutional Requirements 3 Units 3 Units
Third Year General Education 7 Units 3 Units 9 units
Professional Education 15 Units 12 Units
Institutional Requirements
Fourth Year General Education 0 Unit
Professional Education 12 Units 15 Units
Institutional Requirements 1 Unit


Work Opportunities

Registered Social Workers can work in the Social Welfare Offices of the government at all levels, or they can be employed in the following settings:

  • In the Academe teaching social work profession or as head of Community Outreach programs
  • Hospitals as Medical Social Workers
  • Courts
  • Non-government Organizations
  • In industries as head of Corporate Social Responsibility division
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Support and Advocacy Groups

Frequently Asked Questions and Contact Details

Rate per semester

*Approx. 20,000 – 25, 000.00

* For the steps for online enrollment, you may visit the official website of UNO-Recoletos:

Program Entry Requirements:

  • Student Information System Form (from the Registrar)
  • Receipt of payment for enrollment
  • 2 pcs 2X2 picture (white background)
  • Photocopy of report card
  • Entrance examination result
  • Interview with the Program Head (online or on-site

Contact us

433-2449 local 158 or


Richelle H. Verdeprado, RSW, MSW, Ph.D.

Head, Social Work Program

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