Master of Social Work (MSW)
Lyle S. Hallman Faculty of Social Work
The researcher’s interest in the professional manpower shortage in Social Work (i.e. the MSW) has been generated by the belief that Provincial and Canadian Associations of Social Workers have not been sufficiently concerned with the agency employed by B.A. level of social workers who are eager to attain professional status, if they are given the appropriate opportunity. This researcher believes that many such social workers do not make application to Graduate Schools and conversely, are not recruited by the Graduate Schools as some members of both groups have a suspicion that the present curriculum is not in keeping with the total learning needs of the experienced, agency employed B.A., social worker.
Baker, Doris Jane, "An Exploration of Utilization of College Graduates in Social Work: An Innovative Approach to the Manpower Crisis in the Profession of Social Work" (1969). Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). 1494.