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BSW – COURSE SEQUENCING

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School of Social Work

BSW – COURSE SEQUENCING
Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Rio Rancho,
Santa Fe Learning Center, Farmington (San Juan College)

Fall (Semester I)

331  Law & Ethics (3)
341  Social Policy & Services  (3)
365  Generalist Practice I  (3)
385 Human Behavior in the (3)
Social Environment (HBSE) I (families, groups, communities, orgs.)
Total:  12


Spring (Semester II)

330 Research Methods I (3)
383 Human Diversity & Multi-Cultural Theory (3)
366 Generalist Practice II (3) (interviewing/assessment)
386  HBSE II (life span theory) (3)
Total:  12


Summer (Optional Semester )
Selected 300-level classes and social work (SW) electives are offered at some sites.


Fall (Semester III)

430 Research Methods II (3)
465  Generalist Practice III (3)(families, groups)
444  Case Management (3)
432 Field Practicum I (4)
451  Field Seminar I  (1)
 Total:  14  


Spring (Semester IV )

468  Theories of SW Practice (3)
466  Generalist Practice IV (3)(macro practice)
434  Field Practicum II (4)
452  Field Seminar II (1)
*2  SW Elective Courses (4)
 Total:  15


Summer (Optional Semester)     

Selected 300-level classes and social work (SW) electives are offered at some sites.

Students may choose to complete a “block” field practicum, together with field seminar I/II, during the summer semester with approval from the Field Director/Coordinator.