Upon successful completion of the BSW program, student will: 1. Have an understanding of equity and justice via a critical analysis. 2. Develop intellectual skills, scholarly attributes, and professional characteristics and values, including but not limited to, curiosity, open-mindedness, effective communications, judgment, rigor, respect, humility, embracing of difference, acceptance, integrity, compassion, self-care and ethical action. 3. Develop insight into the complex, contextual, and sometimes contradictory nature of social work theory, practice, policy, ethics and research. 4. The development of practice theory and skills "required to analyze situations, establish accountable relationship, intervene appropriately with clients and related systems and evaluate one' social work interventions: (CASWE, 2007, 3,4,5) This includes an understanding of a range of life events and processes that may impact peoples' development, personalities and potentials. 5. Develop a critical understanding of the personal and professional "use of self."