Current Laddering MSW Students

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Important Dates

Fall Term 2020

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Timetables

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Program Requirements

Your program consists of 12 units as follows:


Course requirements - Fall:

SOWK 660A:  Advanced Practicum
Direct and indirect Social Work practice opportunities with professional supervision in student's area of specialization.

SOWK 662A: Integrative Seminar
Integration of theory, research applications/evaluation and professional practice in the student's area of specialization; and preparation of a capstone exit requirement.

Course requirements - Winter:

SOWK 660B:  Advanced Practicum
Direct and indirect Social Work practice opportunities with professional supervision in student's area of specialization.

SOWK 662B: Integrative Seminar
Integration of theory, research applications/evaluation and professional practice in the student's area of specialization; and preparation of a capstone exit requirement.