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Courses - Syllabi

Course syllabi for the BSW and MSW programs are provided here as a convenience for students and field instructors. The syllabi serve as a reference for students and field instructors in identifying field contract goals and planning suitable field activities. Please note that books, readings and assignments may change without notice. Please contact the class instructor for the most current information about class requirements.

BSW

HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT SEQUENCE

SW 324 Human Behavior and Social Environment: Individual Family and Small Group
SW 325 Human Behavior and Social Environment: Social Systems Institutions and Organizations

SOCIAL WELFARE POLICIES AND SERVICES SEQUENCE

SW 240 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare
SW 320 Social Policy Analysis

SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH

SW 302 Social Work Evaluation and Research

SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE SEQUENCE

SW 326 Generalist Social Work Practice
SW 327 The Helping Process
SW 338 Introduction to Field Work
SW 426 Creating Change through Social Work Practice I
SW 427 Creating Change through Social Work Practice II
SW 463 Field Work Seminar
SW 464 Senior Seminar in Social Work

MSW - I

Fall

SW 500 - Field Seminar I
SW 520 - Human Behavior, Diversity, and Oppression I
SW 530 - Generalist Foundation and Skills: Policy and Organizing I
SW 532 - Generalist Foundation and Skills: Direct Practice I
SW 541 - Social Work Research and Evaluation I

Spring

SW 501 - Field Seminar II
SW 522 - Human Behavior, Diversity, and Oppression II
SW 531 - Generalist Foundation and Skills: Policy and Organizing II
SW 533 - Generalist Foundation and Skills: Direct Practice II
SW 542 - Social Work Research and Evaluation II

MSW - II

Fall

SW 600 – Field Seminar III
SW 602 – Clinical Social Work Practice – Children and Families
Adobe PDFSW 606 – Clinical Social Work Practice I: Older Adults and Families
SW 614 – Advanced Policy Practice
SW 642 – Integrative Project – Research and Policy I

Spring

SW 601 – Field Seminar IV
SW 643 – Integrative Project – Research and Policy II

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