Professional Social Work Courses
Students must be admitted to the Social Work Program prior to the enrollment in the professional social work courses. The seven professional social work courses are: SOWK 363-Social Work Practice I: Organizations and Communities, SOWK 370-Social Welfare Policies, SOWK 372-Human Behavior and the Social Environment II: Adulthood, SOWK 390-Research Methods in Social Work, SOWK 442-Social Work Practice II: Individuals, Groups, and Families, SOWK 444-Field Education and Seminar I, and SOWK 445-Field Education and Seminar II. These professional courses total 27 semester hours. The following five professional courses must be completed prior to enrollment in Field Education: SOWK 363, SOWK 370, SOWK 372, SOWK 390 and SOWK 442. In addition, 46 semester hours of Liberal Arts and General Education courses should be completed prior to applying for enrollment in Field Education and Seminar.