Curriculum

Sample Four Year Plan for Social Work Majors at Martin Campus


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Bachelor of Science in Social Work Degree (B.S.S.W.) General Education Course Requirements

Biological & Physical Systems
(Biology 110 and Zoology 201 or 251)
8 hours
Communications
(English 100 – 110 or 111, and 112, Communications 230)
9 – 14 hours
Fine Arts (Aesthetics) elective
(Selected from approved general education listing)
3 hours
Humanities
(Selected from approved general education courses)
9 hours
Mathematics
(Mathematics 100 – 110 or 140)
3 – 8 hours
Social & Behavioral Sciences
(Psychology 101 and Sociology 201)
6 hours
Complete any two courses from the following:
Economics 201 or 202, Political Science 210 or 220
Consumer Resource Management 205
6 hours
Foreign Language
(Completion of 122 or higher in any language)
4-8 hours
Sociology 202 or 308 3 hours
General Electives 10 – 15 hours
General Education and Required Curriculum 64 - 83 hours

Social Work Course Requirements

SWRK 200 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare 3 hours
SWRK 220 Understanding Human Diversity and Oppressed Populations 3 hours
SWRK Electives –May be taken any time before the 4th semester in the program. 6 hours
SWRK 300 Social Welfare Policies and Services 3 hours
SWRK 320 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 3 hours
SWRK 330 Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 3 hours
SWRK 340 Social Work Practice I 3 hours
SWRK 350 Social Work Skills and Techniques 3 hours
SWRK 400 Social Work Practice II 3 hours
SWRK 410 Social Work Research and Evaluation 3 hours
SWRK 440 Social Work Practice III 3 hours
SWRK 460 Social Work Senior Seminar 3 hours
SWRK 470 Social Work Field Instruction Preparation 3 hour
SWRK 490 Social Work Field Instruction 12 hours
Total Hours for Social Work Requirement 54 hours

Total Semester Hours Required for a B.S.S.W. Degree - 120 hours

Internship

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