Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2010/2011)
25.6 Period of Study

For students admitted to the program under Plan of Study above:

  1. For part-time students, the program is designed to permit completion of all degree requirements within three academic years (nine semesters) or two academic years (six semesters).

  2. For full-time students, course route, admitted prior to Fall 2011, the program is designed to permit completion of all degree requirements within one academic year (three semesters), as follows:

    • Fall semester: SCWK 6011, 6312 (institute), 6412
    • Winter semester: 6322 (institute), 6422, Elective
    • Spring semester: 6332 (institute), 6912 (field internship), 6432 (research internship), 6442 (colloquium)
  3. For full-time students, course route, admitted beginning Fall 2011, the program is designed to permit completion of all degree requirements within one academic year (three semesters), as follows:

    • Fall semester: SCWK 6000, 6012, 6313 (institute), 6413
    • Winter semester: 6000, 6013, 6014, 6314 (institute)
    • Spring semester: 6000, 6315 (institute), 6917 (field internship), 6417 (Pathway Scholarship)
  4. For full-time students, thesis route, admitted prior to Fall 2011, the program is designed to permit completion of all degree requirements within one academic year (three semesters), as follows:

    • Fall semester: SCWK 6011, 6312 (institute), 6412
    • Winter semester: 6322 (institute), 6422
    • Spring semester: 6332 (institute), 6912, (field internship), Thesis
  5. For full-time students, thesis route, admitted beginning Fall 2011, the program is designed to permit completion of all degree requirements within one academic year (three semesters), as follows:

    • Fall semester: SCWK 6000, 6012, 6313* (institute), 6413
    • Winter semester: 6000, 6013, 6014, 6314* (institute)
    • Spring semester: 6000, 6315* (institute), 6917 (field internship), Thesis

    * Thesis students are required to complete only two of the three institute courses.