Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2015/2016)
30.8 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.

  • Program Courses
  • 6000 Pathway (mandatory repeatable non-credit course)
  • 6012 Critical Thinking and Reflection (credit may not be obtained for both 6012 and the former 6011)
  • 6013 Leadership for Social Justice (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6013 and the former 6540)
  • 6014 Leadership in Social Policy and Programs (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6014 and the former 6530)
  • 6314 Perspectives with Diverse Communities (prerequisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6314 and the former 6230)
  • 6315 Perspectives with Groups (prerequisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6315 and the former 6332)
  • 6316 Perspectives with Families (prerequisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6316 and the former 6332 or 6313)
  • 6317 Perspectives with Individuals (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6317 and the former 6312 or 6313)
  • 6413 Research Theory, Design, and Analysis (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6413 and the former 6412 or 6422)
  • 6417 Pathway Scholarship (following completion of all other program components) (credit may not be obtained for both 6417 and the former 6432 or 6442)
  • 6917 Field Internship (prerequisites 6012; 6013; 6014; 6317; and 6413 and prerequisite/co-requisite two of 6314, 6315, or 6316 for course route students, one of 6314, 6315, or 6316 for thesis route students) (credit may not be obtained for both 6917 and the former 6912)
  • Program Core Courses for Students Admitted Prior to Fall 2016
  • 6000 Pathway (mandatory repeatable non-credit course)
  • 6012 Critical Thinking and Reflection (credit may not be obtained for both 6012 and the former 6011)
  • 6013 Leadership for Social Justice (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6013 and the former 6540)
  • 6014 Leadership in Social Policy and Programs (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6014 and the former 6530)
  • 6313 Perspectives with Individuals and Families (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6313 and the former 6312 or 6322)
  • 6314 Perspectives with Diverse Communities (prerequisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6314 and the former 6230)
  • 6315 Perspectives with Groups (prerequisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6315 and the former 6332)
  • 6413 Research Theory, Design, and Analysis (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012) (credit may not be obtained for both 6413 and the former 6412 or 6422)
  • 6417 Pathway Scholarship (following completion of all other program components) (credit may not be obtained for both 6417 and the former 6432 or 6442)
  • 6917 Field Internship (prerequisites 6012; 6013; 6014; 6313; and 6413 and prerequisite/co-requisite 6314 and 6315) (credit may not be obtained for both 6917 and the former 6912)
  • Program Core Courses for Students Admitted Prior to Fall 2011
  • 6011 Critical Thinking and Ethical Evaluation for Assessment and Intervention
  • 6312 Crisis Intervention, Brief and Integrated Therapies for Diverse Individuals (prerequisite/co-requisite 6011) (credit may not be obtained for both 6312 and 6313)
  • 6322 Family Therapy: Promotion of Strengths and Prevention of Violence in Diverse Families (prerequisite 6011) (credit may not be obtained for both 6322 and 6313)
  • 6332 Social Work Perspectives in Interdisciplinary Team Development and Group Therapy (prerequisite 6011) (credit may not be obtained for both 6332 and 6315)
  • 6412 Research Design for Social Work Assessment and Evaluation (prerequisite/co-requisite 6011) (credit may not be obtained for both 6412 and 6413)
  • 6422 Data Analysis for Social Work Assessment and Evaluation (prerequisite 6011 and 6412) (credit may not be obtained for both 6422 and 6413)
  • 6432 Research Internship (2 credit hours) (prerequisite 6011, 6412 and 6422)
  • 6442 Colloquium Presentation Integrating Theory and Research in Advanced Clinical Practice (1 credit hour) (following completion of all other program components)
  • 6912 Advanced Clinical Practice Internship (prerequisites 6011, 6312, 6322 and prerequisite/co-requisite 6332) (credit may not be obtained for both 6912 and 6917)
  • Program Elective Courses for Students Admitted Prior to Fall 2011
  • 6230 Seminar in Community Development (credit may not be obtained for both 6230 and 6314)
  • 6530 Seminar in Social Administration: Evaluation of Policies and Programs (credit may not be obtained for both 6530 and 6014)
  • 6540 Supervision in Professional and Clinical Practice (credit may not be obtained for both 6540 and 6013)
  • 6550 Feminist Therapy in Social Work Practice

Although the School does not currently offer a program in Social Policy and Administration, it has faculty expertise in these areas and, in the future, may offer the following 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
  • 6820-29 Individual Reading and Research in Special Areas

Note:

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