Courses - BSW 2+2 Program
Upper-Division Courses: The BSW upper-division curriculum prepares students for entry-level practice. Ten (10) of the thirty (30) core credits are earned through the Field Work Practicum (SW 495), which involves supervised field work in a public or private agency or institution.
Elective Courses: Approved electives, offered by the School of Social Work and other departments, are available online each semester. Course descriptions can be found in the online catalog.
Curriculum: Beginning Fall Semester 2020, students entering the BSW 2+2 Program start coursework in the fall semester of every year. The program occurs over four academic semesters (fall/spring) for two years. See the curriculum below.
Curriculum Courses (For 2+2 Students Admitted Fall 2013 or Later)
SW 300 Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 3 credits
SW 350 Social Work Intervention with Individuals and Families, 3 credits
SW 310 Social Policy and Community Change, 4 credits
SW 360 Social Work Intervention with Groups, 3 credits
SW 400 Research Methods, 3 credits
SW 487 Advanced Practice I, 2 credits
SW 495-01 Field Work Practicum, 5 credits
(any uncompleted electives and general education requirements)
SW 410 Ethics, 3 credits
SW 464 Cultural Humility in Social Work Practice, 3 credits
SW 488 Advanced Practice II, 2 credits
SW 495-02 Field Work Practicum, 5 credits
(any uncompleted electives)