Three-Year Program Plan For Part-Time Charles River Students

Year 1

Semester I

Semester II

SR 743

Research I

3 cr

HB 721

Human Behavior II

3 cr

HB 720

Human Behavior I

3 cr

SR 744

SW Work Research II

3 cr

WP 700

Soc. Welfare Policy I

3 cr

WP 701

Soc. Welfare Policy II

3 cr

Total Credits

9 cr

Total Credits

9 cr

First Year of Summer

HB 735

Implic. of Racism

3 cr

Total credits

3 cr

Year 2

Semester III

Semester IV

MP 759

Comm. and Organiz.

3 cr

CP/MP

Methods Course1

3 cr

CP 759

Intro to Clin SW Prac. 

3 cr

CP/MP 

Methods Course1

3 cr

FE 801

Field Education I

3 cr

FE 802

Field Education II

3 cr

FE 800 Field Ed Seminar 0 cr FE 800 Field Ed Seminar 0 cr

Total credits

9 cr

Total credits

9 Cr

Second Year of Summer

SSW

Elective

3 cr

SSW

Elective

3 cr

Total credits

6 cr

Year III

Semester V – Fall

Semester VI – Spring

CP/MP

Methods Course1

3 cr

SSW

Elective

3 cr

SSW

Elective

3 cr

SP 741   

SW Practice Ethics

3 cr

FE 803

Field Ed III

4 cr

FE 804    

Field Education IV

4 cr

Total credits

10 cr

Total Credits

10 cr

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS:          65
Any variation from sample program must have the signed approval of Director of Student Services. A copy of the approval will be placed in the student’s file in the SSW Registration Administrator’s Office.

Any student in a field placement must concurrently take a practice course in their chosen method (CP or MP). Any student taking a practice course must concurrently be in a field placement. With permission of Dept. Chair the student may request that a practice course be taken during the second year summer term w/out field concurrency.

Select four electives as follows: at least one from elective category A, one from category B (macro students have special selections), and two from categories A, B, or C (see Guided Electives, Appendix H).

1Clinical Method: required practice courses are CP 760 and CP 781 and, one Advanced Clinical Elective

Macro Method: required methods courses are MP 781, MP 783, MP 773.