Degree Plan

Foundation Courses

Foundation courses are required for students in the Regular (63 hour) program. After taking foundation courses, students may proceed to concentration courses.

SOCW 6311 Social Work as a Profession
SOCW 6315 Social Work with Diverse Populations
SOCW 6321 Generalist Social Work Practice I
SOCW 6322 Generalist Social Work Practice II
SOCW 6323 Generalist Social Work Practice III
SOCW 6381 Research Design and Applications
SOCW 6370 Field Practicum (200 hours)
SOCW 6371 Field Practicum (200 hours)

Concentrations

MSSW offers 2 concentrations. Each one has its own unique curriculum that the student must follow in order to complete the program.

Direct  Practice with Latino Individuals, Families, and Groups (micro-practice)

SOCW 6315 Social Work with Diverse Populations*
SOCW 6330 Advanced Family Practice I
SOCW 6331 Advanced Family Practice II
SOCW 6332 Social Work with Latinos
SOCW 6335 Advanced Clinical Assessment
SOCW 6342 Advanced Policy Analysis and Development
SOCW 6350 Advanced Policy with Individuals
SOCW 6351 Advanced Practice with Groups
SOCW 6376 Concentration Practicum (250 hours)
SOCW 6377 Concentration Practicum (250 hours)

Community Practice and Administration (macro-practice)

SOCW 6315 Social Work with Diverse Populations*
SOCW 6332 Social Work Practice with Latinos
SOCW 6336 Advanced Macro Assessment
SOCW 6340 Advanced Social Work Practice with Organizations
SOCW 6341 Advanced Social Work Practice with Communities
SOCW 6342 Advanced Policy Analysis and Development
SOCW 6380 Accountability and Evaluation in Macro Practice
SOCW 6378 Macro Practicum (250 hours)
SOCW 6379 Macro Practicum (250 hours)
SOCW XXXX Social Work Elective (Approved by Advisor)**
SOCW XXXX Social Work Elective (Approved by Advisor)**

*NOTE: SOCW 6315 must be taken during foundation courses for students in Regular (63-hour) Program.

**NOTE: Substitution of a Social Work elective must be approved by your faculty advisor or MSSW program director.