Department of Social Work

Sample Schedule for Advanced Standing Students

 

 

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Summer Admission
 
Non-Child Welfare Students
Full-Time Program Schedule
Part-Time Program Schedule
Child Welfare Scholars
Full-Time Program CW Schedule
Part-Time Program CW Schedule
Clinical Scholars
Full-Time Program CS Schedule
Fall Admission
 
Non-Child Welfare Students
Full-Time Program Schedule
Part-Time Program Schedule
Child Welfare Scholars
Full-Time Program CW Schedule
Part-Time Program CW Schedule
Clinical Scholars
Full-Time Program CS Schedule
 
SUMMER ADMISSION
Full-Time Plan
Summer Semester Fall Semester Spring Semester  
Electives
3
SW 5990 **Pre-Field Work
0
Electives
3
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
SW 8100 SW w/Diverse Populations
3
*Advanced Practice Option
3
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
**Advanced American Indian Content Course Option
2
    SW 8441 Individual, Family, & Group Practice II
3
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
    SW 8802 Field II
4
SW 8802 Field II
4
Total
9
Total
13
Total
12

SUMMER ADMISSION
Part-Time Plan

Summer Semester Fall Semester Spring Semester  
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
Advanced Practice option*
3
Electives
2
SW 8441 Individual, Family, & Group Practice II
3
SW 8100 SW with Diverse
Populations
3
Total
5
Total
6
Total
6
           
Electives
2
Electives
2
Advanced American Indian Content Course Option
2
SW 8235 American Indians & Social Policy
3
SW 5990 ***Pre-Field Work   SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
    SW 8802 Field II
4
SW 8802 Field II
4
Total
5
Total
6
Total
6

 

*Advanced Practice Options:
SW 8031 Advanced Practice in Child Welfare,
SW 8332
Advanced Practice in Administration and Community Development,
SW 8544
Advanced Practice with Families, or SW 8443 Advanced Practice in Mental Health.

**Advanced American Indian Content Course Options:
SW 8771 Health in American Indian Communities or SW 8881 Dynamics of American Indian Families

***Pre-Field Work: The University of Minnesota Duluth requires all students to complete and sumbit a background criminal check prior to beginning their field placement. Backgraound checks are considered valid for two years from the calendar date that the bacground check was completed.

Always confirm your schedule with your faculty advisor
and check to make sure you meet prerequisite requirements.

Child Welfare Sample Schedule (Advanced Standing students)

<>SUMMER ADMISSION
Full-Time Pan
Summer Semester Fall Semester Spring Semester  
SW 5032 Child Welfare &
The Law
2
SW 5990 Pre-Field Work**
0
Electives
3
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
SW 8100 SW with
Diverse Populations
3
SW 8031 Advanced Practice in Child Welfare
3
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
Electives
1
SW 8441 Individual, Family, & Group Practice II
3
SW 8802 Field II*
4
SW 8802 Field II*
4
SW 8881 Dynamics of
American Indian Families
2
Total
9
Total
13
Total
12
SUMMER ADMISSION
Part-Time Plan
Summer Semester Fall Semester Spring Semester  
SW 5032 CW & The Law
2
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
SW 8031 Advanced
Practice in Child Welfare
3
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 8441 Individual, Family, & Group Practice II
3
SW 8100 SW with
Diverse Populations
3
Total
5
Total
6
Total
6
 SW 5990 Pre-Field Work**
0
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
SW 8802 Field II*
4
SW 8802 Field II*
4
Electives
2
Electives
2
SW 8881 Dynamics of
American Indian Families
2
Total
5
Total
6
Total
6

*Make sure that you follow child welfare field placement requirements.

**Pre-Field Work: The University of Minnesota Duluth requires all students to complete and sumbit a background criminal check prior to beginning their field placement. Backgraound checks are considered valid for two years from the calendar date that the bacground check was completed.

Always confirm your schedule with your faculty advisor
and check to make sure you meet prerequisite requirement

Sample Schedule for Advanced Standing Students

(fall admission)

FALL ADMISSION
Full-Time Plan
Fall Semester   Spring Semester   Summer Term  
Electives
2
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 5990*** Pre-Field Work
0
SW 8100 SW with Diverse
Populations
3
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
SW 8802 Field II
8
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
Advanced Practice option*
3
 
SW 8331Organization &
Community Practice II
3
Advanced American Indian Content Course Option
2
 
SW 8441 Individual Family, & Group II
3
Electives
4
 
Total
14
Total
12
Total
8
FALL ADMISSION

Part-Time Plan

Fall Semester   Spring Semester   Summer Term
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
Advanced Research
3
Taking courses during the May and summer term can reduce the credit load during the
academic year.
SW 8441 Individual, Family,
& Group Practice II
3
SW 8100 SW with
Diverse Populations
3
       
Total
6
Total
6
 
Electives
2
*Advanced Practice option
3
 
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
**Advanced American Indian Content Course Option
2
 
Total
5
Total
5
Electives
2
Electives
2
 
SW 5990 ***Pre-Field Work
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
 
SW 8802 Field II
4
SW 8802 Field II
4
 
Total
6
Total
6
 

*Advanced Practice Options: SW 8031 Advanced Practice in Child Welfare, SW 8332 Advanced Practice in Administration and Community Development, SW 8544 Advanced Practice with Families, or SW 8443 Advanced Practice in Mental Health.

**Advanced American Indian Content Course Options: SW 8771 Health in American Indian Communities or SW 8881 Dynamics of American Indian Families

***Pre-Field Work: The University of Minnesota Duluth requires all students to complete and sumbit a background criminal check prior to beginning their field placement. Backgraound checks are considered valid for two years from the calendar date that the bacground check was completed.

Important: Always confirm your schedule with your faculty advisor
and check to make sure you meet prerequisite requirements.

 

Child Welfare Sample Schedule (advanced standing students)

FALL ADMISSION

Full-Time Plan

Fall Semester

 

Spring Semester   Summer Term  
SW 5032 Child Welfare & the Law
2
SW 8031 Advanced Practice in CW
3
SW 5990 **Pre-Field Work
0
SW 8100 SW with Diverse Populations
3
SW 8102 Advanced Research
3
SW 8802 Field II*
8
SW 8235 American Indians
& Social Policy
3
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
   
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
SW 8881 Dynamics of American Indian Families
2
   
SW 8441 Individual, Family,
& Group Practice II
3
 Electives
4
   
Total
14
Total
12
Total
8

FALL ADMISSION

Part-Time Plan

Fall Semester   Spring Semester   Summer Term
SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II
3
SW 8102 Advanced
Research
3
Taking courses during the May and summer term can reduce the credit load during the
academic year.
SW 8441 Individual, Family,
& Group Practice II
3
SW 8235 American Indians &
Social Policy
3
Total
6
Total
6
         
SW 5032 Child Welfare &
the Law
2
SW 8031 Advanced Practice
in Child Welfare
3
 
SW 8100 SW with Diverse
Populations
3
SW 8881 Dynamics of
American Indian Families
2
 
Total
5
Total
5
         
SW 5990 **Pre-Field Work
Electives
2
 
SW 8802 Field II*
4
SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & Final Oral Seminar
0
 
Electives
2
SW 8802 Field II*
4
 
Total
6
Total
6

*Make sure that you follow child welfare field placement requirements.

**Pre-Field Work: The University of Minnesota Duluth requires all students to complete and sumbit a background criminal check prior to beginning their field placement. Backgraound checks are considered valid for two years from the calendar date that the bacground check was completed.

Always confirm your schedule with your faculty advisor
and check to make sure you meet prerequisite requirements.

 

Clinical Scholars Sample Schedule Summer Admission

Advanced Standing MSW Program Full-Time Plan

Summer Semester Fall Semester Spring Semester

 

Electives

2

SW 5990 Pre-Field Work**

0

SW 8443 Advanced Practice
       in Mental Health

3

SW 5235 American Indians 
& Social Policy

3

SW 8100 SW with Diverse    
Populations

3

SW 8771 Health in American
       Indian Communities

2

SW 8102 Advanced 
Research

3

SW 8331 Organization &
Community Practice II

3

SW 8070 Clinical Assessment and Intervention

3

 

 

SW 8441 Individual, Family,
& Group Practice II

3

SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & 
Final Oral Seminar

0

 

 

SW 8802 Field II*

4

SW 8802 Field II*

4

 

 

FIPCC - Interprofessional Clinical course

> 1

 

 

Total

8

Total

14

Total

12

Clinical Scholars Sample Schedule Fall Admission

Advanced Standing MSW Program Full-Time Plan
Fall Semester

 

Spring Semester

 

Summer Term

 

 SW 8100 SW with Diverse    
Populations
3 SW 8102 Advanced Research 3 SW 5990 Pre-Field Work 0
SW 8235 American Indians 
& Social Policy
3 SW 8105 MSW Portfolio & 
Final Oral Seminar
0 SW 8802 Field II 8
SW 8331Organization &
Community Practice II
3 SW 8443 Advanced Practice in Mental Health

3

 

 

SW 8441 Individual Family,
& Group II
3 SW 8771 Health in American Indian Communities

2

 

 

 

 

 SW 8070 Clinical Assessment and Intervention

4

 

 

Elective

1

FIPCC - Interprofessional Clinical course

1

 Elective

1

Total

14

 Total

12

Total

 8

*Field placements must meet Clinical Scholars Program requirements.

**Pre-Field Work: The University of Minnesota Duluth requires all students to complete and submit a
background criminal check prior to beginning their field placement. Background checks are
considered valid for two years from the calendar date that the background check was completed.

Confirm course schedule with faculty advisor and verify prerequisite requirements are met.


 
 

 


UMD Social Work Department

220 Bohannon Hall
1207 Ordean Court
Duluth, MN 55812

1 (888) 534-9734
(218) 726-7245

umdsw@d.umn.edu



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