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Degree Requirements

The School of Social Welfare requires a total of 64 credit hours for the M.S.W. degree, consisting of

  • 36 credit hours of classroom work maintaining a grade-point average of 3.0 (B) — a total of 108 grade points on a 4.0 grading scale.*
  • 28 credit hours of field practicum with an S grade for satisfactory performance.
  • 2 sequential semesters of 10-credit-hour enrollments are necessary to meet residence requirements.
  • Recommendation of the faculty of the School of Social Welfare to the University Registrar that the master’s degree be granted.

*Students who maintain grade-point averages of at least 3.0 in the foundation courses are eligible to take additional courses beyond the minimum requirement.

Curriculum

TAB: First Year Foundation

Fall

SW 701 Basic Field Practicum
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide generalist practice opportunities that prepare students for entry into the advanced level of either clinical social work practice or macro practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to apply and test social work knowledge, values, and skills. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to first-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 702, SW 710 and SW 711. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
4 13607
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 13606
FLD Marsh, Jennie
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
4 19885
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
4 19888
SW 702 Basic Field Practicum
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide generalist practice opportunities that prepare students for entry into the advanced level of either clinical social work practice or macro practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to apply and test social work knowledge, values, and skills. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to first-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 701, SW 710 and SW 711. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
3 22820
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22821
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 22822
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 22823

Field Education: Students at the foundation level of the M.S.W. degree program complete 480 clock hours of field practicum during the fall and spring semesters. They are in one continuous field placement for 16 hours per week for 30 weeks. The foundation level practicum is a generalist experience covering direct practice and community practice as well as research and policy practice. Typical agency settings for foundation level M.S.W. students include community mental health centers, child welfare offices, long term care facilities, and juvenile justice and/or corrections settings. Learn more about Field Education.

SW 710 Social Work Practice I
The first of two-course sequence prepares students to begin to translate theory into strategies of intervention that cut across social work practice with systems of all sizes. Presents an integrating framework of generalist social work based on a strengths perspective and a person-in-environment frame of reference. Course taken concurrently with SW 701 and SW 702 which provides students an opportunity to integrate theory and practice in work with clients. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Lefort, Annas
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 20458
LEC
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 211 - LAWRENCE
3 17820
LEC Diebolt, Lydia
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
M 03:20-06:00 PM BL 210 - LAWRENCE
3 20457
LEC Lowrey, Janet
W 12:00-02:40 PM REGN 152 - EDWARDS
3 14243
LEC Smith, Avis
W 12:00-02:40 PM RC 215 - EDWARDS
3 15301
LEC Smith, Avis
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 155 - EDWARDS
3 20459
LEC Endres, R.
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 156 - EDWARDS
3 19477
LEC Glenn, RuthAnn
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 28301
LEC Garcia, Megan
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 28302

SW 720 Social Policy and Program Analysis
Social welfare policy provides the foundation for social work practice, so it is critical for social workers to know how to analyze policies and programs. Students learn policy analysis knowledge and skills, with an emphasis on understanding public and private funding sources for social work services that support basic human needs. Policies designed to reduce poverty and increase social justice serve as exemplars for developing conceptual abilities in this course. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Bradley-Geary, Heather
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 13609
LEC Lewis, Melinda
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 08:10-10:50 AM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
3 17546
LEC Adams, Deborah
W 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 23264
LEC
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 225 - EDWARDS
3 13610
LEC Stroud, Jancy
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 215 - EDWARDS
3 13608
LEC Maska, Juliene
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 28303
LEC Boger, Janese
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 28304

SW 730 Human Behavior in the Social Environment
Course provides foundation knowledge about bio-psycho-social aspects of individual and family behavior. Theoretical perspectives on well being dysfunction, and developmental processes are critically analyzed, especially concerning applicability to social work practice that supports client strengths, diversity, and social justice. A holistic conceptual framework is used to integrate these micro-system perspectives with larger environmental socio-political concerns. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Koenig, Terry
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 20456
LEC Canda, Edward
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
M 12:30-03:10 PM BL 108 - LAWRENCE
3 19238
LEC
W 06:10-08:50 PM RC 225 - EDWARDS
3 19239
LEC Wills, Roslyn
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 223 - EDWARDS
3 19596
LEC Ponce, Cecilia
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 19240
LEC Lyon, Shawna
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 28310
LEC
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 28313

Spring

SW 701 Basic Field Practicum
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide generalist practice opportunities that prepare students for entry into the advanced level of either clinical social work practice or macro practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to apply and test social work knowledge, values, and skills. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to first-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 702, SW 710 and SW 711. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
4 13607
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 13606
FLD Marsh, Jennie
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
4 19885
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
4 19888
SW 702 Basic Field Practicum
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide generalist practice opportunities that prepare students for entry into the advanced level of either clinical social work practice or macro practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to apply and test social work knowledge, values, and skills. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to first-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 701, SW 710 and SW 711. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
3 22820
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22821
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 22822
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 22823

SW 711 Social Work Practice II
Second of two-course sequence and extends the work begun in SW 710. Focus in the second course is on mastery of the basics of helping relationships and the development of intervention skills for the middle and ending phases of intervention. Content is structured to prepare students to enter the advanced level of the M.S.W. program. Course taken concurrent with SW 701 and SW 702. Prerequisite: SW 710. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 713 Community and Organizational Practice
Social workers provide the leadership necessary to facilitate and coordinate community improvement and organizational effectiveness. This course introduces students to community and organizational knowledge and skills for social work practice. An advocacy perspective will act as the course's unifying theme with client and community well-being acting as the driving force behind social work practice in community and organizational settings. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 740 Social Work Research
Social work practice is guided by research. Developing best practices for helping clients and communities depends on studies designed to build a deep and nuanced understanding and/or test cause and effect relationships. This course covers the nature of science, scientific inquiry, theories for research, research methods and designs. Students learn to analyze the rigor of both qualitative and quantitative studies, and are introduced to quantitative and qualitative data analysis. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

View part-time curriculum (pdf)

TAB: Second Year Clinical

*The following curriculum is based on a traditional academic year (no summer classes). If your plan differs from what is listed, talk with an academic advisor. Courses listed may not be offered each semester.

Fall

SW 801 Advanced Field Practicum-Clinical Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide opportunities for advanced level clinical social work practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to integrate theory and practice and develop beginning competence in clinical social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 801, SW 810 and SW 811. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
4 13612
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 13611
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
4 20310
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
4 20311
SW 802 Advanced Field Practicum-Clinical Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide opportunities for advanced level clinical social work practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to integrate theory and practice and develop beginning competence in clinical social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 801, SW 810 and SW 811. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
3 22824
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22825
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 22827
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 22828

Field Education: Students in the clinical concentration at the advanced level of the M.S.W. degree program complete 720 clock hours of field practicum during the fall and spring semesters. They are in one continuous field practicum for 24 hours per week for 30 weeks. The clinical practicum provides more in-depth direct practice experience with individuals, families, and groups. Students in the clinical concentration commit to one of the following fields of practice:

  1. Children and families (with a focus on school social work available)
  2. Health/Mental Health (including social work in health care and mental health)
  3. Aging

Typical settings for clinical M.S.W. students include mental and behavioral health centers, hospitals, hospice programs, schools and family resource programs. Learn more about Field Education.

SW 810 Clinical Social Work Practice
Clinical social work practice occurs in a variety of settings, from large public and private agencies and institutions through many types of individual and group private practice situations. This course is designed to teach advanced knowledge and skills that transcend contextual factors in order to produce a variety of positive client outcomes in a range of practice situations. In addition, this course focuses on the commitment of social work practitioners to provide services to those groups who, by reason of class, race, sex, or other characteristics, are not ordinarily well served by the many institutions in this society. Course taken concurrently with SW 801 and SW 802 which provides an opportunity to integrate theory and practice in work with clients. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Lefort, Annas
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 16876
LEC Dees, Lauren
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 211 - LAWRENCE
3 15594
LEC Bigler, Diane
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
Tu 03:20-06:00 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
3 22930
LEC Jackson, Reginald
Th 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 18465
LEC Bick, Michael
Th 12:00-02:40 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
3 22923
LEC Goin, Bryan
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 21589
LEC Bigler, Diane
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
3 19478
LEC Spears, Sydney
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
3 17987
LEC Goertzen, Leslie
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 02:05-04:45 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 23903

SW 863 Mental Health and Psychopathology
Theories of mental health and psychopathology are compared concerning etiology, classification, assessment, and treatment of distress and mental disorders. Theories and practices are evaluated critically for their usefulness in a strengths approach to social work in mental health settings. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Bracken, Nicholas
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 20176
LEC
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM BL 212 - LAWRENCE
3 23914
LEC Severson, Margaret
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-01:10 PM MS 105 - LAWRENCE
Tu 12:30-03:10 PM SUM 501 - LAWRENCE
3 22938
LEC Waldman, Stuart
Th 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 17164
LEC Bick, Michael
Th 02:50-05:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
3 22939
LEC Goin, Bryan
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM RC 108 - EDWARDS
3 20177
LEC Waldman, Stuart
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
3 21146
LEC
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 10:50-01:30 PM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 23916
LEC Severson, Margaret
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
3 20161
LEC Severson, Margaret
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
3 20162

One Integrative Seminar that complements field practicum:

SW 830 Social Work in Child and Family Settings
An in-depth examination of social work in child and family settings. Students demonstrate the capacity to integrate research, policy, direct practice, and human behavior in considering the issues central to this area of practice. Students will also be able to explain how diversity issues manifest themselves at both the policy and direct practice levels. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 111 - LAWRENCE
3 17821
LEC Yarnevich, Bridget
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
3 16155
LEC Malousek, Jason
Th 06:10-08:50 PM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
3 18466
LEC Ross-Bey, Jaresa
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 17163
SW 832 Social Work in Health Care and Mental Health Settings
Content as in SW 830 focused on health care and mental health. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 211 - LAWRENCE
3 15186
LEC Byington, Kristen
APPT- ONLNE KULC - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 109 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM BL 207 - LAWRENCE
3 13614
LEC Carr, Kortney
Th 06:10-08:50 PM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
3 13613
LEC Carr, Kortney
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 151 - EDWARDS
3 16231
LEC Rosenbarger, Alison
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM REGN 150 - EDWARDS
3 22924
LEC Herbers, Kelli
APPT- ONLNEOFCP - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
Sa 08:00-10:40 AM KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 23908
SW 833 Social Work and Aging
Content as in SW 830 focused on aging. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC
Tu 08:10-10:50 AM FR 113 - LAWRENCE
3 16156

Spring

SW 801 Advanced Field Practicum-Clinical Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide opportunities for advanced level clinical social work practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to integrate theory and practice and develop beginning competence in clinical social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 801, SW 810 and SW 811. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
4 13612
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 13611
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
4 20310
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
4 20311
SW 802 Advanced Field Practicum-Clinical Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide opportunities for advanced level clinical social work practice. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to integrate theory and practice and develop beginning competence in clinical social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Enrollment must be concurrent with enrollment in SW 801, SW 810 and SW 811. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
3 22824
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22825
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST HAYS - KULC FHSU
3 22827
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KS-ST GARD - KULC GCCC
3 22828

SW 811 Topics in Advanced Clinical Social Work: _____
The organizing theme of the advanced clinical selective emphasizes application of advanced theoretical and practice principles to client systems. This advanced selective provides students with the opportunity to critically consider the themes of the school as they relate to the need for assessment, diagnostic, and process evaluations with a variety of client systems. Every student will engage in activities designed to solidify their professional identity as clinical practitioners as they enter the workforce. Topics offered may include solution-focused brief therapy; family therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Course is taken concurrently with SW 801 and SW 802. Prerequisite: Completion of SW 810. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

One Diversity Selective (A social welfare study abroad fulfills the diversity selective requirement. Study abroad programs only offered in the summer or during winter break):

SW 870 Spiritual Aspects of Social Work Practice
This course provides a framework of knowledge, values, and skills for spiritually-sensitive social work practice. In order to prepare students to respond competently and ethically to diverse spiritual perspectives, a comparative, critically reflective approach to content is employed. The role of religion and spirituality in supporting or impeding individual strengths and social justice is considered. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 872 Cultural Diversity in Social Work Practice
Provides students with a framework of knowledge, values, and practice methodology for culturally competent social work practice. Emphasizes themes of oppression and empowerment, culture-specific strengths and resources, and multicultural/transcultural perspectives. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 873 Social Work with Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Bisexual Clients
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the basic knowledge, values, and skills needed to work effectively with people who are gay, lesbian, and bisexual. The course will reflect a person-environment perspective, focusing on strategies that empower lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals to develop personal and environmental resources from a strengths perspective. Throughout the course, attention will be given to issues of diversity within the lesbian and gay population. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 874 Social Work Practice with Women
Expands knowledge and practice skills in working with women in diverse social work practice settings. Critical examination of traditional and feminist practice approaches to problems that frequently confront women. Prerequisite: Completion of foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 878 Social Work with African American Families
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the basic knowledge, values, and skills needed to work effectively with African American clients and their families. Critical examination of issues such as racism, oppression, and the historical context and their impact on African American families. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

One Elective (not all electives offered every term):

SW 860 Loss and Grief
Examines the multiple faces of loss and grief throughout the human life cycle. Examines personal and societal attitudes toward death and dying and the processes of dying and grieving. Course includes exploration of assessment and interventions that enable individuals and their families to cope with loss. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 861 Intimate Partner Violence
This advanced practice course addresses the seriousness and extent of the problem, contributing factors, consequences for the individual, the family, the community, and society. Prevention and intervention practice models will be discussed within a clinical and strengths framework with a focus on developing skills for assessment, intervention, and prevention of violence with individuals and families. Concurrent enrollment in SW 862. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

(students must also enroll in SW 862)

SW 862 Intrafamilial Sexual Abuse
This course will focus on sexual misuse that occurs within the family system. Students will obtain a comprehensive understanding of sexual misuse that occurs within the family system and develop assessment and helping skills needed when working with abusive families. Theoretical, assessment, and helping aspects of intrafamilial sexual abuse will be examined. Concurrent enrollment in SW 861. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

(students must also enroll in SW 861)

SW 866 Social Work Practice with Children and Adolescents
Developmental norms and processes in childhood and adolescence and related implications for assessment and intervention methods in work with children and adolescents. Topics include countertransference issues in work with children, working with parents and children, intervention tools, stress in childhood, special issues, and concerns in adolescence, sexual abuse of children. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 868 Crisis Intervention and Suicide Risk Reduction
Principles of planned short term intervention generally and of crisis intervention specifically are addressed. The use of and application of crisis theory, crisis intervention, and suicide risk reduction are examined. Evidence based practices regarding the effects of crises including disasters on individual, family, and community well-being are considered. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 869 Social Work with Clients with Alcohol and Drug-Related Problems
Focus is on developing value consciousness and multidimensional understandings in relation to drug use and abuse. Patterns of drug use, sociocultural attitudes toward drug use and definitional issues in the drug field will be examined. Explanatory theories and contemporary interventions, including the applicability of generalist social work practice models are presented and critically assessed. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 875 Readings and Investigations: _____
Opportunity for scholarly investigation in an area of special interest. Students pursue independent study in an area of social work practice through the guidance of a selected faculty member. RSH.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
RSH Adams, Deborah
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 18962
RSH Akin, Becci
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 24819
RSH Brook, Joanna
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 18120
RSH Canda, Edward
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 13617
RSH Carlson, Juliana
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 23442
RSH Koenig, Terry
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 16877
RSH Lieberman, Alice
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 13619
RSH Mendenhall, Amy
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 21745
RSH Severson, Margaret
APPT- KULC APPT - LAWRENCE
1-3 13618

TAB: Second Year Macro

*All macro classes are only available on the Edwards Campus and are taught in a blended courses format.

Fall

SW 804 Advanced Field Practicum-Macro Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide practice opportunities in community practice, advocacy and/or social work administration. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to develop beginning competence in macro social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 14074
SW 805 Advanced Field Practicum-Macro Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide practice opportunities in community practice, advocacy and/or social work administration. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to develop beginning competence in macro social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced- level M.S.W. students. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22826

Students in the macro concentration at the advanced level of the M.S.W. degree program complete 720 clock hours of field practicum during the fall and spring semesters. They are in one continuous field practicum for 24 hours per week for 30 weeks. The macro practicum provides more in-depth experience in program development, outcome evaluation, policy analysis, personnel issues and budgeting/grant-writing. Students are placed in agencies of all sizes to learn managerial and advocacy skills. Typical settings range from small nonprofit agencies to state, regional and federal organizations. Learn more about Field Education.

SW 840 Program Design and Grant Writing
In this course, advanced social work students learn to design social service and community development programs and write grant proposals to fund those programs. Topics include program design, grant writing, fundraising, and public/private sector resource development for programs to meet basic human needs and enhance social well-being. Prerequisite: Completion of social welfare foundation level requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Brook, Joanna
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 02:50-05:30 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 14010

SW 841 Advanced Policy and Programs
The focus is on the development of skills to stay abreast of and knowledgeable about critical federal and state policies, regulations, and funding structures and streams in students' chosen field of practice. Students will also learn how to research the literature on best practice and effective programs. All of these skills and consequential knowledge will be used to inform program design, resource acquisition, financial management, personnel management, outcome management, and other administrative functions. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC Lewis, Melinda
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 06:10-08:50 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 13615

SW 849 Managing Financial Resources
Budgeting and financial management are critical to social workers who lead social service organizations. Focus is on budgeting techniques and their application; use of budgets for decision making, allocation and reallocation of resources to best meet client and community needs. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
LEC
APPT- ONLNE KUEC - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
Tu 12:00-02:40 PM RC 100 - EDWARDS
3 13616

Spring

SW 804 Advanced Field Practicum-Macro Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide practice opportunities in community practice, advocacy and/or social work administration. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to develop beginning competence in macro social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced-level M.S.W. students. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
4 14074
SW 805 Advanced Field Practicum-Macro Practice
Students are assigned to social service agencies that provide practice opportunities in community practice, advocacy and/or social work administration. All students work under the supervision of a qualified field instructor where they have the opportunity to develop beginning competence in macro social work practice. This course is generally taken for two semesters, with credit being given only after completion of the second semester. Open only to Advanced- level M.S.W. students. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. FLD.
Fall 2018
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Marsh, Jennie
Carney, Michelle
APPT- KUEC APPT - EDWARDS
3 22826

SW 842 Assessing and Managing Outcomes
How do social work administrators know if their agencies and programs are making a positive difference in the lives of clients and communities? This course focuses student learning on how to gather and use information to improve human service program performance, and client and community outcomes by extension. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 843 Program Management and Supervision
Social workers who help direct human service and community practice settings must be able to stay abreast of new knowledge and build new skills in managing programs and supervising people. This course focuses on the tasks, roles, and functions of managers including effective employee supervision and human resource management as well as the development of a diverse workforce. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

SW 846 Advanced Community and Advocacy Practice
This course is designed to build on the content of the foundation course on community and organizational practice by further developing the theories, methods, and skills of community and advocacy practice. The course will help students build advanced analytical and empirical skills needed to effectively manage and advocate with and on behalf of different human service communities. Prerequisite: Completion of all foundation requirements. LEC.

The class is not offered for the Fall 2018 semester.

Blended Courses

Some of the courses taught on both the Lawrence and Edwards campuses can be taken in the blended courses format. The blended courses format combines face-to-face and online learning, with in-class attendance on either the Lawrence or Edwards campus occurring one day every other week. Only specific classes each semester are available in this format, so if you are interested in this type of classroom instruction, you will need to check to see if this format is available for the class and semester you are enrolling. 


Questions?

Becky Hofer
Interim Graduate Student Services Coordinator, Edwards Campus MSW Program &
Director of Graduate Admissions
785-864-8956
bhofer@ku.edu

Vicki Mignot
Interim Graduate Student Services Coordinator, Lawrence Campus MSW Program
785-864-8976
vmignot@ku.edu

Deb Adams
MSW Program Director

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