Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2007/2008)
23.8 Thesis

See General Regulation Theses and Reports.

Note:

Every candidate shall comply with the General Regulations governing the School of Graduate Studies and the MSW Degree Regulations.

Courses

A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of candidates, as far as the resources of the School will allow.

  • Core Courses
  • 6011 Critical Thinking and Ethical Evaluation for Assessment and Intervention (3 credit hours) (Not required by students who have successfully completed 6010)
  • 6312 Crisis Intervention, Brief and Integrated Therapies for Diverse Individuals (3 credit hours) (Prerequisite/Co-requisite 6011 or the former 6010) (Not required by students who have successfully completed 6311)
  • 6322 Family Therapy: Promotion of Strengths and Prevention of Violence in Diverse Families (3 credit hours) (Prerequisite 6011or the former 6010) (Not required by students who have successfully completed 6321)
  • 6332 Social Work Perspectives in Interdisciplinary Team Development and Group Therapy (3 credit hours) (Prerequisite 6011or the former 6010) (Not required by students who have successfully completed 6331)
  • 6412 Research Design for Social Work Assessment and Evaluation (3 credit hours) (Not required by students who have successfully completed 6411)
  • 6422 Data Analysis for Social Work Assessment and Evaluation (3 credit hours) (Prerequisite 6412 or the former 6411)
  • 6432 Research Internship (2 credit hours) (Prerequisite 6412 or the former 6411 and 6422)
  • 6442 Colloquium Presentation Integrating Theory and Research in Advanced Clinical Practice (1 credit hour) (Prerequisite/Co-requisite 6912, 6432)
  • 6912 Advanced Clinical Practice Internship (3 credit hours) (Prerequisites 6312 or the former 6311; 6322 or the former 6321; and Prerequisite/Co-requisite 6332 or the former 6331)
  • Electives (3 credit hours)
  • 6230 Seminar in Community Development
  • 6530 Seminar in Social Administration: Evaluation of Policies and Programs
  • 6540 Supervision in Professional and Clinical Practice
  • 6550 Feminist Therapy in Social Work Practice
  • 6820-29 Individual Reading and Research in Special Areas
  • Although the School does not currently offer a program in Social Policy and Administration, it has faculty expertise in these areas and may, resources permitting and given sufficient student interest, offer the following elective courses:
  • 6210 Seminar in Social Planning and Social Development
  • 6220 Seminar in Organization Development
  • 6510 Seminar in Social Administration: Social Policy Analysis, Development and Administration
  • 6520 Seminar in Social Administration: Program Design and Development