Hybrid MSW

Course is about theories and knowledge of bio-psycho-social-spiritual human behavior within the reciprocal relationship of groups, organizations, communities, and society.  This is the second course in the HBSE sequence.

Course prepares learners to assess client functioning and plan appropriate social work intervention.  The focus is on understanding how to use current classification systems of mental disorders as a social work practitioner.

This advanced seminar in social work integrative practice focuses on psychological trauma, the history of traumatology, and the impacts of trauma on the individual, family, and community. Students will learn treatment methods and evidence based practices from a strengths-based, client-centered perspective.

Introduces students to the social work research process within the context of generalist social work practice.

Advanced seminar prepares learners for independent social work practice.  Course includes content on intervention in groups that are developed for the purpose of helping group members grow, change, and cope with their life situations.

Advanced course in social work practice which addresses social, cultural, and justice issues at macro levels of intervention. Emphasis throughout the course is on the skills and processes needed to bring about change in organizations and communities utilizing the integrative practice framework.

Course provides students with social work practice skills related to chemical and behavioral addiction issues. Exploration of research-supported assessment practices and intervention strategies are also covered along with social and physiological aspects of addiction.