Plans of Study
The coursework is spread across four semesters. You can start your B.A.S.W. program starting in the fall or spring semester.
The first year consists of four classroom courses and faculty advising, and the second year consists of four classroom courses, the Field Practicum and Integrative Seminar, and faculty and field advising.
SOWK 2600 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare must be taken before beginning the remaining courses in the curriculum.
Regardless of when you enter the program, you must complete the first year's four classroom courses before entering the Fieldwork Practicum.
|Fall (A) or Spring (B)|
|SOWK 6005||Contemporary Social Welfare Policy||3|
|SOWK 6040||Integrating Human Rights and Justice in Practice||3|
|Spring (A) or Summer (B)|
|SOWK 6305||Social Work Skills Lab||3|
|SOWK 6320||Social Work Practice With Organizations and Communities||3|
|SOWK 6323||Social Work Practice With Individuals Across the Lifespan||3|
|SOWK 6803||Applied Social Work Research and Evaluation||3|
|SOWK 6901||Fieldwork and Integrative Seminar 1||4|
|SOWK 6324||Social Work Practice With Families and Groups Across the Lifespan||3|
|SOWK 6440||Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis||3|
|SOWK 6901||Fieldwork and Integrative Seminar 1||5|