MSW Curriculum and Concentrations
Are you interested in taking a graduate course before you apply to the MSW program? Applicants are allowed to take up to nine credits before they matriculate. There is one course being offered for spring of 2017. Registration forms will be available in October.
The concentration curriculum (last 26 credits of the program) varies according to each student's chosen concentration:
The concentration curriculum builds on foundation content by providing increased breadth, depth, and integration of knowledge and skills across all of the five sequences noted above. The curriculum supports the need for sophisticated abilities and the assumption of practice roles that demand increased responsibility, especially with regard to complex practice, policy, and ethical dilemmas.
Students enrolled in the program select one of the three different concentration areas listed above in order to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in a particular practice area. The program's concentration curriculum consists of three concentration-specific courses as well as a concentration-specific field education practicum.
In addition, three electives (nine credits) are required and can be taken at any time, as long as prerequisites are met.
Visit the 2016-2017 School of Graduate Studies catalog Master of Social Work page for more course details and program requirements.