BSW Course Progression

Social Work Program Course Progression

 

 Click here  for 2013-2015 Social Work courses and course descriptions.

Links to Spring 2014 elective courses and descriptions of the different sections of SWK 390.

Social Work courses are offered in a developmental progression.  Once students are accepted into the BSW program, they must register for courses in the following order:

JUNIOR YEAR

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

SWK 320 - Human Behavior            in the Social Environment I

SWK 321 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
SWK 330 - Social Welfare Institutions and Policies SWK 390 - Interviewing Skills in Social Work
SWK 376 - Methods of                        Intervention I                  SWK 380, 381 or 382 - Social Work Field of Practice Electives

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

SWK 350 - Social Work                     Research Methods

SWK 378 - Methods of Intervention III
SWK 377 - Methods of Intervention II SWK 430 - Social Welfare Institutions and Policies II
SWK 490W (6 credits) - Field Practice Seminar I SWK 491W (6 credits) - Field Practice Seminar II

  Students are responsible for communicating with their faculty advisor if they are unable to register for all three social work courses in any given semester, and/or if they need to create a part-time program plan.

 Advising Guidelines

You will need to take one W course outside of the social work department UNLESS you initially transferred in 60 or more credits.  You can find out what courses have W sections by searching the course schedule and entering in % in the Subj Code line and * in the Title line and clicking submit.

Several of your required courses have W sections.

Reminder:  You need 15 credits of electives.  Most students meet this with pre-requisites, but some do not.  Be sure to check to see if you will have enough by the time that you graduate.

Sociology course substitution options:

 Online Graduation Application

Students indicate that they are completing their social work degree requirements by completing an online graduation application on the registrar's website by the specified deadline:   http://www.southernct.edu/registrar/apply-undergraduatedegree/