Current Students and Community Social Workers Looking for Summer Classes?
The Summer Term is the place to our find summer course offerings
Need a Psychopathology Course for Advanced Standing or State Licensure?
The Summer Bridge Term is designed to help new and potential incoming students in the Full-Time and Part-Time MSW Programs meet the MSW program statistics prerequisite and to complete foundation course exemptions for advanced standing.
Social Welfare Majors, BSWs, MSWs (full time program students only) and/or Special Students Courses:
May 28 - June 23 (ADD Session) 4 wks
SW 462 Child Welfare, 3 cr., 9:00-12:10 M,T,R
June 17 - August 11 (DHH Session) 8 wks
SW 644 Issues in Developmental Disabilities, 2-3 cr., ONLINE
SW 663 Topic: Criminal Justice Field Observation (Social Welfare Majors Only)
June 24 - August 11 (EGG Session) 7 wks
SW 646 Child Abuse and Neglect, 2-3 cr., ONLINE
Incoming students are strongly advised to complete the Summer Bridge Term to avoid the burden of trying to complete additional courses on top of their regular course load during the academic year.
Bridge courses offered in Summer 2019 are:
Full Time or Part-Time MSW Program Prerequisite: Statistics (taken as special students)
June 3 - August 11 (BJJ Session) 10 wks
SW 673 Topic: Basic Statistics for Social Work, 3 cr., 6:00-8:00 T, R
Part-Time MSW Program Courses (Part-Time Program Students Only)
May 28 - July 28 (AII Session) 9 wks
SW 650 Methods of Social Work Research, 3 cr., ONLINE, Lec. 030
June 24 - August 18 (EHH Session) 8 wks
SW 612 Psychopathology for Generalist Social Work Practice, 2 cr. ONLINE, Lec. 030
Full Time MSW Program Course (Full Time Program Students Only)
June 17 - August 11 (DHH Session) 8 wks
SW 612 Psychopathology for Generalist Social Work Practice, 2 cr ONLINE, Lec. 001
Students who don't have the required grade to qualify for an exemption ("B" or better in SW foundation courses; "C" or better in statistics) or who don't have a comparable foundation social work course are required to take the non-exempted course(s) in addition to the regular advanced year course load. Depending on course availability, this can mean that students find their graduation is delayed. Taking a course in the Summer Bridge Term can significantly help to avoid graduation delays.
For Current Students and Social Work Professionals
- Undergraduate students are invited to take SW 462 Child Welfare; SW 644 Issues in Developmental Disabilities; SW 646 Child Abuse & Neglect. SW 663 Criminal Justice Field Observation is available only to Social Welfare majors working on their Criminal Justice Certificate.
- MSW students in the full time program who need the generalist year psychopathology course are invited to take SW 612 Psychopathology for Generalist Social Work Practice in the DHH session. MSW students who have not yet met the Statistics prerequisite are invited to take SW 673 Basic Statistics for SW in the BJJ session.
- Second year or advanced MSW students in the full time program may take SW 644 Issues in Developmental Disabilities and/or SW 646 Child Abuse & Neglect.
- Social Work professionals may take courses as a "Special Student." Special Student tuition is the same rate as undergraduate tuition. Click here to apply as a special student. Follow the information and instructions for "Professional development or personal enrichment (UNDS)."
For Students Who Will Enter the Full Time Program in Fall 2019
You may take SW 673 Statistics and/or the "Bridge" SW 612 Psychopathology course as a "Special Student." Special Student tuition is the same rate as undergraduate tuition. Click here to apply as a special student. Follow the information and instructions for "Preparation for admission to graduate or professional school (UNRS)."
For Advanced Students who will enter the Part-Time MSW Program in Summer 2019
You must take Psychopathology in Generalist Practice (SW 612) along with Stats (SW 673) and/or Research Methods (SW 650) in the Summer Bridge Term before starting advanced year courses in Fall. There is no room in the advanced year curriculum for you to take them. Failure to do so will likely mean having to stay an extra summer or semester to complete these requirements. IMPORTANT: Please be sure that you've been accepted into the Part-Time MSW Program for the summer term rather than fall term. You should contact Academic Advisors Latoya Kirton or Jeanne Nutter with any questions.