All required courses in each MSW Field of Study are offered each year, although the semester in which a given course is offered may vary from year to year. Individual elective courses are offered based on instructor availability and may not be offered each year.
All courses are subject to sufficient enrollment. Click on Course Number for Course Description. Click on Instructor for Instructor’s Bio.
Children & Families
Social Justice & Diversity
Mental Health & Health
selective = MHH-S
Social Work in Gerontology
Human Services Management & Leadership
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SWK4005H Critical Social Work Analysis with Indigenous People
NOTE: OFFERED AS A 5-DAY INTENSIVE COURSE (Section Code F)
SWK4643H Special Topics in Social Justice and Diversity: Antisemitism and Contemporary Jewish Experiences: Issues for Community Well-being and Social Justice (Section Code F)
Field of Study
Tues. 6:00-9:30; Apr. 23-June 25, 2024
No Field of Study
Additional Information for SWK4643H Special Topics in Social Justice and Diversity: Antisemitism and Contemporary Jewish Experiences: Issues for Community Well-being and Social Justice (Section Code F):