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University of Maryland
School of Social Work
Students who Enter Fall 2010
Academic Planning
Foundation Curriculum
SOWK 600 – Social Welfare/Soc. Policy
SOWK 640 & 641 – Human Behavior I & II
SOWK 670 – Social Work Research
SOWK 630 & 631 – Soc. Wk Practice I & II
SOWK 635 & SOWK 636 – Foundation
Field (2 days a week – starting in fall)
Total of 24 credits of 60 credits for MSW
Advanced Curriculum = 36 cr.
Concentrations are Clinical and Management &
Community Organization (MACO)
You can have a primary and secondary
concentration if you want course load in other
Choose specialization – Aging, Families &
Children, Health, Mental Health, & Social Action
and Comm. Develop. (MACO only)
There are also sub-spec. in Child, Adolescent, &
Family Health, EAP, and Substance Abuse.
Sub-specializations
The Child, Adolescent, and Family Health
sub-specialization is available under the
Health Specialization.
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
and Substance Abuse sub-spec. are also
available under Mental Health.
Each subspecialization has specific course
requirements.
Advanced Curriculum – 8 courses
+ advanced field
Advanced policy (after SOWK 600)
Advanced research (after SOWK 670)
2 required courses in the concentration – If
Clinical, take SWCL 700 & 744; if MACO
take SWOA 703 & 704
2 more concentration-related courses
2 electives, one of which must have
diversity-related content (if not fulfilled
elsewhere)
Full-time Schedule
FALL 2010
SOWK 600, 670, 640, 630 + 635 (15 cr)
SPRING 2011
SOWK 641, 631+ 636 + two adv. courses (15 cr)
(advanced courses are: adv. Policy; adv. Research; CLINICAL:SWCL
700, SWCL 744; and, for MACO: with permission of MACO faculty
and having fulfilled Communities and Org. content in second module
of foundation practice, SWOA 703 and SWOA 704 )
Full-time Schedule (cont.)
Fall 2011
3 Advanced courses + field (15 credits)
Spring 2012
3 Advanced courses + field (15 credits)
Graduate May 2012
(May and July graduates attend the May
ceremony)
About Full-time
It is two years of 15 credits per semester without
summer courses – you start your advanced
courses in the spring while you complete
foundation; foundation field is 2 days a week (2
semesters) and advanced field is 3 days a week
(2 semesters); it is a Sept-May schedule for 2
years. You may reduce your semester load by
taking summer courses. You can also extend
adv. field by going 2 days a week Sept. - July
Extended Schedule
Fall, ’10: SOWK 640 and 600 or 670 = p-t (6 cr.)
Spring, ’11: SOWK 641 and 600 or 670 = p-t (6 cr.)
(9-15 credits is f-t)
Fall, ’11: SOWK 630 and 635 (field) = p-t (6
credits)
(can take adv. policy &/or research = f-t tuition)
Spring, �12 SOWK 631 and 636 (field) = p-t (6 cr.)
(can take some advanced courses – see slide #6)
Fall ’12 > Spring ’12/’13 – take Adv. Field and rest
of classes (depends on 3 or 4 year plan)
About the Extended Plan
You can take up to 4 years
You must take a minimum of 6 credits per
semester
For at least two semesters you must be
full-time- 9 credits (advanced field + one
course is minimum to be full-time)
With notice and enough time you can
change to a shorter plan
There are Financial Implications
6 credits – you are part-time and pay per
credit (summer is always part-time, max 6
credits)
9-15 credits you are full-time regardless of
whether you are taking 9 credits or 15
If you want to be here for 4 years and
spread out courses as much as possible,
including summer, it is possible to be in
school for no more than 2 classes or field
and one class at any one time
One Four Year Extended
Schedule:
Fall ’10-Summer �14
Fall �10 – 640 and 600 or 670
Spring ’11 – 641 and 670 or 600
Fall ’11 - 630 + 635
Spring ’12 - 631 + 636
Summer �12 – 1 advanced course
Fall ’12 – 2 courses (no Advanced field)
Spring ’13 - 2 courses (no Advanced field)
Summer �13– 1 course
Fall ’13 – 1 course + Advanced field (9 cr.)
Spring ’14 – 1 course + Advanced field (9 cr.)
What is a Diversity Requirement?
Content on diversity is woven into the foundation
courses and advanced courses
Faculty wish to insure that students have
additional content and have designated certain
advanced courses as being more focused on
diversity, including populations at risk, as
defined by CSWE; competency is demonstrated
Class schedules list these courses (after Shady
Grove courses appear)
Diversity Requirement
Each student must take one of the
following courses, some of which may
fulfill other requirements you have:
SOWK 713-Soc. Policy and Health Care
SOWK 715-Children and Social Policy
SOWK 720-Comparative Social Policy
SOWK 764-Multicultural Perspectives
Diversity
courses continued:
SOWK 783 Qualitative Cross-Cultural Research
SWCL 710 Advanced Group Methods
SWCL 724 Clin SW with Aging & Families
SWCL 726 Clin SW with African-American Families
SWCL 730 Clin SW in Relation to Chronic Mental Illness
SWCL 748 Clin SW w/ Death, Dying, Bereavement
SWCL 749 Clin SW w/ Lesbian/Gay Clients
SWCL 752 Best Practices and Innov. In School MH
SWOA 704 Community Organization
SWOA 706 Multicultural Practice in Comm and Org
Secondary Concentration and
Individual Specialization
While you must choose a primary concentration,
you may take courses in the other (secondary)
one. The field placement will reflect the primary
concentration only; the secondary concentration
is a classroom designation only and does not
include field experience.
You may also create your own specialization as
long as concentration requirements are met.
This is called an individualized specialization.
Other Points
Overviews of Curriculum & Specializations are on the web
You must take a methods (practice) course with each
semester of advanced field (an SWCL course if you are
a Clinical concentration and an SWOA course if you are
a MACO concentration)
Meet with your advisor (assigned every Sept. and listed
in student mailroom); read the Bulletin and your
university email
The tentative class schedule is on the web for spring;
summer of ’11 may resemble summer of ’10 (summer
’11 and next academic year schedules will be available
in mid-March 2011); summer and fall registration in April
Still More Points
Be pro-active in understanding your
requirements and get engaged in learning
Understand that 2 grades of F any time
while enrolled or one F and 3 unbalanced
Cs will result in dismissal
3.0 needed to go into advanced year and
to graduate
Most teachers require class attendance
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