Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2019/2020)
34.8 Courses

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

34.8.1 Program Courses
  • 6000 Pathway (mandatory repeatable non-credit course)
  • 6012 Critical Thinking and Reflection
  • 6013 Leadership for Social Justice (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012)
  • 6014 Leadership in Social Policy and Programs (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012)
  • 6313 Perspectives with Individuals and Families (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012)
  • 6314 Perspectives with Diverse Communities (prerequisite 6012)
  • 6315 Perspectives with Groups (prerequisite 6012)
  • 6413 Research Theory, Design, and Analysis (prerequisite/co-requisite 6012)
  • 6417 Pathway Scholarship (following completion of all other program components)
  • 6917 Field Practicum (prerequisites 6012, 6013, 6014, 6313 and 6413 and prerequisite/co-requisite two of 6314 and 6315 for course route students; one of 6314 or 6315 for thesis route students)

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
  • 6230 Seminar in Community Development
  • 6510 Seminar in Social Administration: Social Policy Analysis, Development and Administration
  • 6520 Seminar in Social Administration: Program Design and 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
34.8.2 Thesis

See General Regulations, Theses and Reports.

Note:

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