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Welcome to the web page of the Central and Northern Alberta Region of the Faculty of Social Work! As the only social work degree-granting faculty in the province, we are pleased to offer undergraduate and graduate level education from our Edmonton location to students in central and northern Alberta. Learn more.

Prospective Students

Whether you are living in Edmonton, High Level, Red Deer, Lac La Biche, or anywhere else in central and northern Alberta, the Faculty of Social Work offers programs accessible to you.

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Current Students

Current BSW and MSW students can navigate these pages to find information about their programs, current timetables, course outlines, information about UofC computer support and other program-related material.

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Field Education

Field Education or the practicum is often considered the 'heart' of social work education.

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Faculty & Staff Directory

Check out the profiles of our faculty and staff members.

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Contact Us

Have a question? Want to find out more about our programs? Or just want to say "Hi". Use the following link to contact us.

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What's New

The team of instructors includes FSW associate professor and alumnus Ralph Bodor

Linda Kreitzer, an associate professor in the faculty’s Central and Northern Alberta region, has begun an exciting new chapter in her international career as a social worker. 

Examining Labour Force Participation among Adults with High-Functioning Autism - David Nicholas, Principal Investigator

Sherpa in My Backpack: A Guide to International Social Work Practicum Exchanges and Study Abroad Programs by K. Schwartz, L. Kreitzer, C.A. Barlow and L. MacDonald, deSitter Publications

 

Spotlight on Sustainability:  Julie Drolet, Faculty of Social Work

Upcoming Events: FSW Central & North

Date & Time:
January 13, 2015 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Date & Time:
January 29, 2015 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Date & Time:
February 3, 2015 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm