Year 2 and MSW Advanced Standing Fall 2023 – Winter 2024
PLEASE NOTE: If a lecture section is full, in many cases, you may have the option on ACORN to add yourself to the waitlist – this is a virtual “line up” to reserve your space in a course should one become available. If you are next on the waiting list, you will be enrolled automatically into the lecture. Enrolment from awaitlist is not guaranteed. Note, that if a space does not open for you from a waiting list by the final date to add a course in either the Fall/Winter or Summer sessions, and you need this course for your Field of Study, you will need to enroll in the course in the academic session that it is next offered. It is important therefore to plan your schedule accordingly to avoid disappointment or interruptions to your progression through the program.
(Last updated September 21, 2023)
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.
Field of Study required courses are colour coded on timetable. Students may take a required course from a different field of study as an elective, if there is room in the course after students in the field of study have selected courses.
Children & Families (CF)
Social Justice & Diversity (SJD)
Mental Health & Health (MHH)
Mental Health & Health – Selective (MHH-S)
Social Work in Gerontology (GER)
Human Services Management & Leadership (HSML)
Lunch & Meetings in Fall & Winter Terms: Mondays, 12:00-1:30
GSA Activities in Fall & Winter Terms: Tuesdays, 12:00-1:30
Room Codes & Locations:
SK: FIFSW, 246 Bloor St. W
OI: OISE, 252 Bloor St. West
FE: 371 Bloor Street West
WW: Woodsworth College 117/119 St. George Street Toronto
The University of Toronto delivers academic courses and programs through an in-person learning environment. All students should therefore plan to attend on-campus activities in-person in order to successfully complete their program and degree unless: (i) students have been approved by the University to participate in off-campus activities (such as study abroad or work terms), or (ii) the calendar entry for a program/degree explicitly states that no in-person activities are required.
While the University strives to maintain an in-person learning environment, the University reserves the right to alter the manner in which it delivers its courses and co-curricular opportunities in response to health and safety emergencies and public health guidance.