Nelson
All About Law
Student Centre
E-Activities
Interactive Quizzes
Teacher Centre

About the Resources




Business Studies Home
Nelson Education > School > Business Studies > All About Law > Student Centre > E-Activies > Chapter 13
 

Unit 4: Family Law

CHAPTER 13: MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, AND FAMILY MEDIATION

E-ACTIVITY: CAREERS IN FAMILY LAW (p. 411)

Activity: Create an Organizer to Compare Bachelor of Social Work Programs

What programs are available to students interested in the law, Canada’s justice system, eliminating social inequality, family or marriage counseling, divorce mediation, or a similar field? A combination of these interests might point many students in the direction of a Bachelor of Social Work degree. What are the features and course requirements of such degree programs at various Canadian universities?

Research Bachelor of Social Work degree programs and create an organizer to compare them.

  1. Form a group with five other classmates. Within your group, form teams of two—each of which will investigate the Bachelor of Social Work degree program at one of the following institutions:

  2. With your teammate, research the following about the program you have chosen:
    • goals
    • admission requirements
    • additional information
  3. In your group, share the teams’ findings in turn. Note the results on the following organizer and compare the information.
  4. Click here if you would like to download the organizer.

   
Bachelor of Social Work Degree Program Organizer
University
Goals
Admission Requirements
Additional Information
McGill University      
University of British Columbia

 

   
University of Toronto

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

  1. Using the Bachelor of Social Work Degree Program Organizer:
    1. Independently rank the three programs in order of preference and be prepared to give your reasons.
    2. In your group, share and explain your rankings.
    3. As a group, briefly present your rankings and explanations to the class.

Top