Required foundation practice courses

  • Social Welfare Organization
  • Human Behavior and the Social Environment I & II
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Social Work Practice and Evaluation Research
  • Generalist Social Work Practice I & II
  • Generalist Field Work I & II

Required advanced practice courses

  • Social Welfare Policy
  • Psychosocial Pathology or Administration
  • Jewish Social Philosophy
  • Social Work Values and Ethics
  • Applied Methods in Social Work Research
  • Any of the following courses: Advanced Clinical Practice I & II, Group Work I & II, Community Social Work I & II, Advanced Field Work I & II, Integrative Seminar I & II, or Integrative Essay

Electives (Students must take 4 electives to graduate)

  • Immigration
  • Social Work in Health Care
  • Social Work Practice in Schools
  • Substance Abuse
  • Child and Family Welfare
  • Gerontology
  • Spirituality in Social Work Practice
  • Law and Social Work
  • Psychosocial Social Dimensions of AIDS
  • Coping with Loss
  • Evidence-Based Mental Health Practice
  • Social Work Practice with Trauma & Interpersonal Violence*
  • Family Systems*

*Requires completion of Foundation Practice I and Foundation Field Work I courses.

Advanced Electives

  • SW Practice with Veterans & their Families
  • Supervision
  • Advanced Psychosocial Pathology
  • Advanced Administration
  • Social Work with Groups
  • Grantsmanship
  • Advanced Policy and Practice in Gerontology
  • Community Mental Health
  • Social Work Practice with Children

Prerequisite for all these courses is Foundation Practice I & II & Foundation Field Work I & II

This list does not necessarily reflect all courses currently available for your specific program.