Courses

Below you will find the current course offerings listed by semester and then alphabetically by department. If you have any questions about these courses, please contact the Registrar's Office at or 617-521-2111.

Summer 2018 Course Schedule - Updated Hourly

Updated Hourly - Last Updated: 10/20/2018 09:20AM

Study Abroad

SA 101 - Study Abroad

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01 05/19/2018 -
08/30/2018
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 37 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

SA 401 - Graduate Study Abroad

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01 05/19/2018 -
08/30/2018
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 94 Yes 0.00

School Nursing & Health Scienc

SNHS 570 - Health Promotion

This interdisciplinary course explores health issues from a societal perspective. An issues from local, community, national, and global perspectives. Healthy People 2000 is used to analyze data on current health issues. Leiningerstranscultural model and Penders model of health promotion focus the discussions. Health promotion of diverse populations is emphasized. Students conduct a needs assessment of a particular population group which allows for the integration of health promotion issues as they are affected bysocial, political, economic, ethical, and cultural policies.

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OL 05/19/2018 -
08/30/2018
N/A N/A N/A Ms. Anne W. Bishop Open 3 No 2.00 Online Class

Special Needs Educ

SPND 412 - Inclusion, Consultation and And Collaboration for Meaningful Access to Curriculum

Explores building-based issues in the inclusion of learners with special needs and techniques, including cooperative learning, to include learners with special needs in general educational settings. Includes development of a collaborative plan describing implementation strategies for inclusion, team building, and school change. Requires site visit. Fleming.

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06 05/24/2018 -
08/30/2018
Thursday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
N/A
Susan Campbell Open 14 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn

SPND 416 - Applied Research II

Requires students to plan, implement, and write in publishable format a research project demonstrating the delivery of effective service to learner(s) with special needs. Cameron, Gould.

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05BL 04/25/2018 -
06/27/2018
Wednesday

08:00AM-
11:00AM
N/A
Maureen Ann Kelly Open 5 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn
06BL 05/21/2018 -
08/27/2018
Monday

05:00PM-
08:00PM
N/A
Carly Eby Open 4 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn
36BL 04/24/2018 -
06/26/2018
Tuesday

08:00AM-
11:00AM
N/A
Jonathan P. Seaver Open 13 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn

SPND 420 - Introduction to Assistive Technology

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01BL 07/11/2018 -
08/08/2018
Wednesday

Wednesday

06:00PM-
10:00PM
06:00PM-
10:00PM
LEF
L008
LEF
L008
Jennifer Edge-Savage Wcls 0 No 2.00 Main Campus

SPND 422 - Differentiating Instruction Using Technology Across the Curriculum

4 sem. hrs. Explores strategies to incorporate assistive special education technology into classrooms and learners' individualized educational programs. Provides real-world experiences, resources, and skill development in the latest software, adaptive equipment, and best practices. Explores readily implemented practical solutions for inclusive classrooms. Pugliese.

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01BL 06/15/2018

06/16/2018

06/29/2018

06/30/2018

Friday

Saturday

Friday

Saturday

05:00PM-
10:00PM
08:30AM-
04:30PM
05:00PM-
10:00PM
08:30AM-
04:30PM
LEF
L008
LEF
L008
LEF
L008
LEF
L006
Jennifer Edge-Savage Open 2 No 4.00 Main Campus

SPND 442 - Analysis of Behavior: Principles and Classroom Applications

4 sem. hrs. Introduces behavior modification and operant techniques, including clarification of more commonly used terms, with specific reference to application in the classroom. Provides overview of procedures and practices successful in schools, communities, and work settings. Requires fieldwork. Axe.

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06BL 05/19/2018 -
08/30/2018
N/A N/A N/A Jarrod Scalzo Open 0 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn

SPND 443 - Special Education Laws, Regulations, and Process for Teachers

Focuses on the historical, philosophical, legal, and ethical perspectives of educational services for learners with special needs. Reviews exemplary programs, relevant current literature, state and federal laws, development of an IEP, and case studies. Requires fieldwork. Blume, Ullian, Waterman, Waters.

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05BL 04/24/2018 -
06/26/2018
Tuesday

08:00AM-
12:00PM
N/A
Sharon Waterman Open 2 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn
06BL 04/24/2018 -
06/26/2018
Tuesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
N/A
Sharon Waterman Open 2 No 4.00 New England Center for Childrn

SPND 444 - Special Education Laws & Regulations For Teachers & Administrators

2 sem. hrs. Offers an examination of the historical, philosophical, legal and ethical perspectives of educational services for learners with special needs. Reviews the statutory and regulatory foundations pertaining to children and youth with disabilities. Key judicial interpretations of those policies will also be reviewed. Students are not required to have a background in law. Blume.

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01 07/10/2018 -
07/24/2018
Tuesday, Thursday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
MCB
W203
John Ullian Wcls 0 No 2.00 Main Campus

SPND 445 - Individualized Education Program: Strategies for Development, Interpretation & Implementation

2 sem. hrs. Prereq. SPND 444. Offers an examination of the legal requirements as well as the process for the development, implementation and interpretation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). The IEP forms the basis for the provision of specially designed instruction to students with special needs who are eligible for special education under the provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Analysis of IEP meeting procedures and protocols are also integral to this course. Blume.

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01 07/26/2018 -
08/09/2018
Tuesday, Thursday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
MCB
W203
John Ullian Wcls 0 No 2.00 Main Campus

SPND 446 - Learners with Special Needs

4 sem. hrs. Explores major areas of special needs and examines issues unique to the delivery of service to learners with special needs, including assessment strategies, equipment adaptation, materials, and parent/professional relations. Focuses on language development and communication problems. Requires fieldwork. Evans, Hardin.

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Days Times Room Instructor Section
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01 07/09/2018 -
07/17/2018
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

09:00AM-
05:00PM
MCB
W203
Hyun Uk Kim Open 11 No 4.00 Main Campus

SPND 448 - Foundations of Transition Education & Services

Examines employment opportunities and support services available to citizens with severe disabilities. Involves job inventories in local industry and analysis of the prerequisite skills in such areas as functional academics, language, hygiene, motor skills, interpersonal skills, transportation, and money management. Includes placement and supervision of learners in worksites. Requires fieldwork. Blume, Williams.

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01 07/13/2018

07/14/2018

08/10/2018

08/11/2018

Friday

Saturday

Friday

Saturday

05:00PM-
10:00PM
08:30AM-
04:30PM
05:00PM-
10:00PM
08:30AM-
04:30PM
MCB
W203
MCB
W203
MCB
W203
MCB
W203
Ms Elizabeth R. Williams Open 11 No 2.00 Main Campus
05 05/05/2018 -
06/16/2018
Saturday

08:00AM-
01:00PM
N/A
Ms Elizabeth R. Williams Open 1 No 2.00 New England Center for Childrn
06BL 04/24/2018 -
06/12/2018
Tuesday

05:00PM-
08:00PM
N/A
Ms Elizabeth R. Williams Open 2 No 2.00 New England Center for Childrn

SPND 450 - Independent Study

For graduate students only. Staff.

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01 05/19/2018 -
07/06/2018
N/A N/A N/A Judah B. Axe Open 19 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

Social Work

SW 001 - Statistics for Social Workers

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01 05/09/2018 -
05/30/2018
Wednesday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P207
Kristin Ann Erbetta Open 8 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
02 05/24/2018 -
06/14/2018
Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P415
Kyle Taylor Ganson Open 7 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
03 06/07/2018 -
06/19/2018
Tuesday, Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P413
Abbie K. Frost Open 8 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
04 06/28/2018 -
07/19/2018
Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P415
Abbie K. Frost Open 8 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
05 07/30/2018 -
08/08/2018
Monday, Wednesday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P415
Jonghyun Lee Wcls 0 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
06 07/31/2018 -
08/09/2018
Tuesday, Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P415
Jonghyun Lee Open 5 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
07 08/28/2018 -
08/30/2018
Tuesday, Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P415
Abbie K. Frost Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
08 08/27/2018 -
08/30/2018
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

05:30PM-
08:30PM
PCB
P413
Kyle Taylor Ganson Open 18 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

SW 409 - Dynamics of Racism & Oppression

SW409: Dynamics of Racism and Oppression (required) This course is an intensive examination of the dynamics of various forms of oppression in U.S. society. The selection of the oppression of racism is deliberate. Through the analysis of critical race theory and intersectionality, students will come to understand the reasoning for this initial emphasis. The course begins with an analysis of racism from structural, (social) psychological and applied perspectives. This approach frames the analysis of other forms of oppression. Types of oppression (sexism, classism, homophobia, etc.) are examined in relationship to sociopolitical and economic factors, and historical themes that continue into the present day are identified. The course will explore the costs of oppression to all individuals and its differential impact on individuals in dominant and subordinate positions. The importance of power and the dynamics of domination and subordination in all forms of oppression will be explored. Practice issues will be examined in relation to multi-level interventions (i.e., individual, group, organizational and institutional).

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01 05/22/2018 -
07/17/2018
Tuesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P415
Anjali Fulambarker Open 3 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 414 - Assessment and Diagnosis

SW414: Assessment and Diagnosis (required) This one semester course provides knowledge of the major categories of diagnoses for adults as formulated in DSM-5 and of theoretical perspectives in those categories. Attention is given to the dynamics of development and culture, and to the interrelationship among biological, psychological, and social/cultural systems that impact diagnosis. Focus will be on utilizing these elements in order to provide a comprehensive bio-psycho-social assessment. Treatments specifically related to these diagnoses will be noted. Prerequisites: SW411A and SW421A.

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02 05/22/2018 -
07/17/2018
Tuesday

12:30PM-
04:30PM
PCB
P415
Alyssa Gaudet Open 12 No 3.00 Main Campus
03 05/31/2018 -
07/26/2018
Thursday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P406
Katie Curran Open 10 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 418 - Crisis Intervention With Children and Adolescents

This course examines crisis intervention and treatment approaches for children and adolescents, with a particular emphasis on vulnerable populations. Since crisis intervention is an integral part of social work practice, this course aims to provide students with knowledge of contributing factors, theories and practice models which best inform crisis intervention in social work with children and adolescents. Students will use a systems-based framework in their analysis of crisis situations and become familiar with the skills necessary to implement effective techniques with children and adolescents. The course will provide students with the opportunity to apply critical thinking skills when working with crises, as well as examine policy issues, ethical issues, and the intersectionality of oppression and the implications of oppression and discrimination on crisis experiences and interventions. Further, students will develop an awareness of the importance of engaging in self-care practices that will support their well-being when working with crises.

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Days Times Room Instructor Section
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01 06/15/2018 -
06/24/2018
Friday, Saturday, Sunday

08:00AM-
05:00PM
PCB
P415
Kelly Pratt Wcls 0 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 425 - Family Approaches

SW425: Family Approaches in Clinical Social Work This course focuses on advanced ways to conceptualize, assess, and intervene in families. Modern and postmodern theories will be examined, practiced, and critiqued. Practice examples will include nontraditional and traditional families, and applications of family and systems theories to work with individuals and dyads will additionally be discussed. Developing one's own clinical voice and attending to ethnicity, class, and other social identities will be emphasized. Students are encouraged to bring case materials and to take full advantage of varied experiential learning techniques. Prerequisite SW421B. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

12:30PM-
04:30PM
PCB
P413
Katherine N. Nolan Open 1 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 441 - Soc. Work Research

SW441: Social Work Research (required) In this introductory course, students examine the research process as it applies to the specialized interests and needs of social work. Illustrations are chosen from the studies of social work practice. The course is designed to enable students to be critical consumers of research, to understand the principles and process of research and the evaluation of practice, to become familiar with ethical considerations when designing and implementing a project, and to be capable of participating in practice related research. Sections with some online class sessions are designated as 'blended.'

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02 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

08:00AM-
12:00PM
PCB
P413
Kristin Ann Erbetta Open 9 No 3.00 Main Campus
03 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
SOMC
M201
Abbie K. Frost Open 1 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 447A - Field Year 2

SW447A: Fall Semester Field Education Year II: Advanced (required) SW447A section 01 is for students doing a 24 hour per week field placement SW447A section 02 is for students doing a 16 hour per week field placement.The field department must approve all 16 hour placements prior to a student registering. The goal of field education is to learn the application of theoretical concepts and social work principles and values learned in the classroom to clinical practice. Field education provides supervised learning of advanced practice skills with individuals, families and groups in a variety of clinical settings. SW447A must be concurrent with SW424.

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01 05/13/2018 -
08/04/2018
N/A N/A N/A Ms. Kim Harriman Open 47 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

SW 447C - Field Year 2

SW447C: Summer Semester Field Education Year II: Advanced (advanced standing only) The goal of field education is to learn the application of theoretical concepts and social work principles and values learned in the classroom to clinical practice. Field education provides supervised learning of advanced practice skills with individuals, families and groups in a variety of clinical settings. This course section is for Advanced Standing students only in their summer semester of study.

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01 05/13/2018 -
08/04/2018
N/A N/A N/A Ms. Kim Harriman Open 7 No 4.00 Main Campus

SW 455 - Human Sexuality & SW Practice

Human Sexuality and Social Work Practice Sexuality is an essential component of the human experience. Exploring our attitudes and belief systems about human sexuality, and how they are informed by our social location, is important so that we can be self-aware and mindful in how we engage in conversations with our clients about their sexuality, gender identity, and social location. This course presents a multi-faceted overview of the challenges, concerns, and attitudes about human sexuality -- how it evolves over the lifespan and is directly informed by social, familial, and political contexts. Regardless of client population or method of practice, all social workers will be required to address sex and sexuality with clients, and will need to understand best practices, but also when and how to put personal values aside in order to be present for clients from a curious and non-judgmental stance. The course integrates macro, mezzo and micro approaches to sex and sexuality, explores the historical, political, and biological aspects of sex and sexuality, sexual health, safe-sex education and prevention, violence and trauma, and enhances the development of clinical skills for practice with adolescents and adults across the lifespan. Ethical considerations will also be explored. This course is a clinical elective.

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OL 05/22/2018 -
08/21/2018
Tuesday

08:00PM-
09:30PM
N/A
Leah H. Tennen Open 1 No 3.00 Online Class
OL2 05/21/2018 -
08/20/2018
Monday

08:00AM-
09:30AM
N/A
Melissa Brown Open 5 No 3.00 Online Class

SW 460 - Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a person-centered, goal-oriented method of communication for eliciting and strengthening intrinsic motivation for positive change. This elective provides a foundation of knowledge of MI concepts and specific therapeutic skills. The course will focus on the core MI processes of engaging, focusing, evoking, and planning. Students will learn specific MI skills of open-ended questioning, affirming, reflective listening, and summarizing. Students will also learn how to develop personalized feedback, create change plans, and evaluate effectiveness. Teaching techniques may include case vignettes, role plays, guest presenters, videotaped interviews, and class discussions. There will be ample opportunity to practice skills for guiding change-focused client conversations in this course. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 06/04/2018 -
07/23/2018
Monday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P415
Adeline Wyman Battalen Open 1 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 482 - Domestic Violence Family Welfa

SW482: Domestic Violence and Family Welfare This is a clinical practice course with intimate partner violence in the context of family (broadly defined) life. Students will learn specific skills in identifying, assessing and intervening with and on behalf of family members where domestic violence is present. You will be encouraged to reflect on your own knowledge about families, violence, and systems responses to violence, both as family members and as helpers. We will consider the experiences of women and men in heterosexual and same-sex relationships as both victims and abusers, and of children living with domestic violence, attending carefully to community and cultural contexts. We will address legal issues and criminal justice system responses, child protective services, and health care system responses. We will discuss and research current controversies in the field of intimate violence. Prerequisites: SW401A; SW411A; SW421A or concurrent enrollment. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 05/21/2018 -
07/23/2018
Monday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P413
Cindy M. Gordon Wcls 2 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 483 - Cognitive Behavioral App Pract

SW483: Cognitive Behavioral Approaches and Treatment The object of this course is to provide a working knowledge of the basic principles and specific techniques of a contemporary multi-modal approach to cognitive-behavioral therapy with consideration of its integration with other therapeutic approaches. Issues presented include: substance abuse, anger, interpersonal relationships, stress, anxiety disorders, depression, personality disorders with an emphasis on borderline personality disorder and issues of affect regulation. Prerequisite is SW421A. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 05/22/2018 -
07/17/2018
Tuesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P406
Laura Stevens Wcls 0 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 539 - Social Work in Schools

SW539: Social Work in the Schools The course outlines the unique and demanding role that School Social Workers play in our public schools as the primary providers of mental health services, crisis intervention, teacher training and community and parent outreach. Students in this course will identify and explore critical issues related to School Social Work such as: confidentiality, school culture and climate, peer aggression, school violence and policies such as 'No Child Left Behind.' Students will learn to create and carry out school-based social work interventions. Students taking this course will be expected to participate in the learning process through discussions, interviews, intervention evaluations and case presentations. Prerequisite: SW421A. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective

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01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P413
Martha P. Wall Open 8 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 545 - Polit. Act. & Strat for Pro Social Worke

SW545: Political Action and Strategies for Professional Social Workers The course is designed to help students learn, in depth, about the policy-making process at the federal level, and to develop skills for political action. The course includes seminars and workshops taught by faculty from Simmons SSW, George Washington University, and George Mason University. Other speakers will include key leaders and advocates in policy and lobbying organizations, as well as professionals from the NASW. Other goals include learning about the health care system in the United States and, specifically, the Medicaid Program. Prerequisite: SW401A; SW409 or concurrent enrollment. This course meets the Social Action requirement. Classes will be held at Simmons College and in Washington, D.C. Travel and housing expenses are in addition to the course cost.

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01 05/24/2018 -
06/07/2018
Thursday

05:00PM-
08:00PM
PCB
P207
Johnnie Hamilton-Mason
Mrs. Sandra B. Bailly
Open 13 Yes 3.00 Main Campus

SW 558M - Human Services in Developing Countries Uganda

This study abroad is a course credit project which examines the impact of local and global social problems on a developing country, Uganda. The course explores the utilization of various professional methods to promote self-sufficiency, social integration, and social change in a developing country. The course will take a 2 1/2-week tour of the country in order to study social problems and learn about the cultural context of delivery of human services in a developing country. Attention will be paid to global social work education. Course activities include orientation meetings before the trip, visits to Human service agencies, health and social welfare agencies in urban and rural areas of Uganda, attendance at HIV/AIDS seminars and the development of peer partnerships with service providers. There will be an emphasis on the provision of services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Planned study abroad: July 12 - August 2, 2008 Classes will be offered during the Spring semester (Fridays 1:00 - 2:20 p.m.). A total of 28 contact hours will be given beginning in January 2008. Some of these contact hours will be done more intensively during the month of May and June prior to departure. There will also be post-trip debriefings in September 2008. A final paper will be submitted no later than the 3rd week of classes in fall 2008. A final grade will be posted by October 1, 2008. This course meets the requirement for a social action course.

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01 05/15/2018 -
07/10/2018
Tuesday

05:00PM-
07:50PM
PCB
P410
Hugo Kamya Open 10 Yes 3.00 Main Campus

SW 558T - Uganda Program Costs

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01 05/19/2018 -
08/30/2018
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

SW 566 - Play Therapy

This class is an introduction to a variety of theories and principles of play therapy. Case material, including student's own material will be used. Readings, videos, case discussions, and experiential activities will be used to deepen the student's understanding of theory and technique. Students will be encouraged to gain comfort in their work with children and to explore their own theoretical orientation. Upon completion, students will have a clear foundation from which to treat children of all ages. Prerequisite: SW421B. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

08:00AM-
12:00PM
PCB
P415
Kelly Pratt Wcls 1 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 577 - Social Work w/ Groups

SW577: Social Work with Groups (required) This course is an exploration of the ways in which groups can bring clients together to support, challenge, and create meaningful connections with each other. Through mutual aid, group members can learn the skills that will enable them to improve the relationships in their lives, be more empowered as individuals and community members, and mobilize for social change. Students will concurrently build theoretical and skills-based knowledge and will practice and reflect on various techniques that will enable them to facilitate groups in a wide array of settings across client populations. Prerequisite: SW411A or concurrent enrollment.

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01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P410
Ms. Regina M. McCaffery Wcls 0 No 3.00 Main Campus
02 05/24/2018 -
07/19/2018
Thursday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P410
Melanie Robinson Findlay Open 3 No 3.00 Main Campus
03 05/25/2018 -
07/27/2018
Friday

08:00AM-
12:00PM
LEF
L004
Shella Dennery Open 9 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 578 - Contemporary SW Prac & Mental Illness

This course is designed to increase interest in and sensitivity to issues related to persistent mental illness. We will explore the question of what constitutes those with severe mental illnesses, evaluate historical explanations and address the implication of the stigma associated with the illnesses. The contributions of different theoretical perspectives and how they expand our understanding of these complex situations are discussed. Various models of treatment are presented, including: medication, psychodynamic, psychoeducational, and rehabilitation focuses. The actual experiences of those with the illness and their families will be highlighted through guest presentations and film. Students are encouraged to bring in materials from their field experiences. Prerequisite: SW421B. This course meets the requirement for a clinical practice elective.

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01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

12:30PM-
04:30PM
PCB
P415
Katherine J. Jungreis Open 4 No 3.00 Main Campus

SW 590 - Social Action

The focus of this course is to understand relevant theories and strategies of advocacy and social action that promote social justice within organizations, the larger community, and society. Students will gain understanding of theories and skills in regard to social, economic, political, and organization systems, and will use this knowledge to influence, formulate, and advocate for policy and other changes to meet the needs of clients and all people who experience oppression. They will develop skills to create change that is founded on the principles and ideas of social, distributive, political, and economic justice so that people receive their legal, civil, social and economic rights, with a framework of safety, security, and equity. These advocacy and critical thinking skills will be understood within a professional social work value framework that views social workers as allies with oppressed groups to assist people to empower themselves and receive full access, inclusion, rights, and quality of life and well-being within society. Some sections focus on special topics areas including: military, disability, chronic illness, anti violence work, gerontology, international social work and social work in developing countries. Special topic focus is reflected in the course title. Detailed descriptions of sections appear in the SSW Course Catalog.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 05/23/2018 -
07/25/2018
Wednesday

05:00PM-
09:00PM
PCB
P415
Lauren Ferreira Cardoso Open 8 No 3.00 Main Campus

Social Work Online

SWO 424 - Advanced Clinical Practice

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01OL 05/20/2018 -
08/19/2018
Sunday

06:00PM-
07:30PM
N/A
Molly Wagner Wcls 0 Yes 3.00 Social Work Online
03OL 05/14/2018 -
08/13/2018
Monday

07:30PM-
09:00PM
N/A
Linda Hadeed Wcls 0 Yes 3.00 Social Work Online
04OL 05/15/2018 -
08/14/2018
Tuesday

09:00PM-
10:30PM
N/A
Nadia Jeudy-Pierre Wcls 0 Yes 3.00 Social Work Online
Updated Hourly - Last Updated: 10/20/2018 09:20AM
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