Master of Social Work Program Details


Master of Social Work Program Details

Master of Social Work program overview.


Admissions criteria

Traditional MSW

Advanced Standing MSW

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Curriculum and requirements

Traditional MSW

Advanced Standing MSW

Tuition and fees

Comprehensive KU course catalog

Grading and grades

KU School of Social Welfare

KU calendar

KU Refund policies

 

Traditional Degree Requirements


The two year Traditional plan of study requires a bachelor’s degree, of any major other than social work, from an accredited university or college to apply. It is offered on all campus locations. The clinical specialization and the macro specialization are offered to all students.

Traditional Curriculum

The curriculum listed below is for students with an admit term of fall 2021 or later. For students admitted prior to these terms, please refer to the current student curriculum listing. 

Fall

  • SW 700 Field Preparation & Seminar (1 credit hour)
  • SW 701 Basic Field Practicum (5 credit hours)
  • SW 710 Multi-Level Engagement & Assessment: Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations & Communities (3 credit hours)
  • SW 730 Theory, Values, & Ethics for Multi-level Social Work (3 credit hours)
  • SW 755 Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Multi-level Social Work  (3 credit hours)

Spring

  • SW 700 Field Preparation & Seminar (1 credit hour)
  • SW 702 Basic Field Practicum (5 credit hours)
  • SW 708 Human Rights & Social, Economic, & Environmental Justice (3 credit hours) 
  • SW 711 Multi-Level Intervention & Evaluation of Intervention: Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations & Communities (3 credit hours)
  • SW 720 Social Policy, Analysis, and Advocacy in Social Work (3 credit hours)
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Summer 

  • SW 740 Applied Research in Multi-Level Social Work (3 credit hours)

Questions?

Amea Chandler