Social Work (M.S.W.)

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Program Requirements

Required Courses (Generalist Practice)
SOWK 500Generalist Social Work Practice I: Individuals, Families and Groups 13
SOWK 501Diversity, Oppression and Social Justice 13
SOWK 502Social Welfare Policy and Services 13
SOWK 503Human Behavior and the Social Environment 13
SOWK 504Field Education Seminar I 13
SOWK 520Generalist Social Work Practice II: Organizations and Communities 13
CHAD 603Research and Evaluation 13
SOWK 522Social Work Assessment and Diagnosis3
SOWK 523Field Education Seminar II 13
Required Courses (Specialized Practice)
CHAD 502Child Abuse and Neglect3
SOWK 600Clinical Practice with Children, Youth and Families I3
SOWK 601Practice Evaluation Research3
SOWK 602Child and Family Policy3
SOWK 603Field Education Seminar III3
SOWK 620Clinical Practice with Children, Youth and Families II3
SOWK 622Field Education Seminar IV3
Elective Courses
Complete 4 courses from the following: 212
Children and Justice
Forensic Interviewing of Children
The Bullying Spectrum
Development and Trauma in Adolescence
Adolescents and the System
Substance Abuse and Family Crisis
Child Protective Service Investigation
Engaging the Adolescent
Special Topics in Child Advocacy Seminar
Biomedical and Psychosocial Perspectives on Drugs
School Social Work
Harm Reduction Interventions in the Management of Substance Use and Misuse
Special Topics in Social Work
Special Topics in Clinical Social Work Practice
Engaging Individuals Affected by Substance Use and Misuse
Total Credits60

Course is waived for advanced standing students.


Advanced standing students complete 2 elective courses for 6 credits.