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The online master's in social work at UNC Charlotte takes three years to complete. 3 Credits. Generalist Field Seminar II. SOWO 761. Evelyn L. Taylor (360), Adolescent and Adult Mental Health, Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families, School Social Work Based in Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina offers a MSW degree that is ranked among the top five in the country byU.S. Special Topics in Social Work Doctoral Studies. Explores how country's fledgling democracy and people are redesigning organizations and interventions to respond to the needs of South Africans.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. Hortense K. McClinton Course provides an overview of child and adolescent development in an environmental context, surveying major theoretical frameworks and highlighting the impact of different factors on individual development, functioning and health.Grading status: Letter grade. 1-6 Credits. Prior to enrolling, please discuss this important topic with your program of interest. Students examine their own perspectives regarding pertinent research, current events, and initiatives in the state.Grading status: Letter grade. Masters in Social Work. Monday 12:00 am. program. This advanced course reviews the grammar of the third and fourth semester of college Spanish. Download PDF of the 2020-21 Graduate Catalog. At the same time, students design their program of study to focus on a social problem of interest. SOWO 860. Online course.Requisites: Prerequisite, PUBH 613.Grading status: Pass/FailSame as: PUBH 614I, AHSC 614I, NURS 614I. 1.5 Credit. (Field Fee: $300. 3 Credits. A review of explanatory and practice theories for understanding and intervening with families and couples.Requisites: Prerequisites, SOWO 500, 505, and 540.Grading status: Letter grade. Required MSW Coursework. Development of Social Intervention Models. Laurie J. Selz-Campbell (240), Support for Adults and Parents with Severe Mental Illness, Arts-Based Interventions, Dialogue-Based Interventions, Social Welfare Policy Examines the role of grassroots organization in advocacy, self-help and social development, the involvement of citizens in public planning, and the development of volunteer programs.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 570.Grading status: Letter grade. In this course, students will learn fundamental concepts and skills to conduct structural equation modeling and will learn how to apply these techniques to social work research.Grading status: Letter grade. 1.5 Credit. SOWO 855. Using a multi-cultural lens, this course introduces students to core evidence-based interventions common to most theoretical approaches. It starts with you. SOWO 491. This course provides an introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), exploring both its theoretical underpinnings as well as its practical application.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. Course deals with quantitative and qualitative measurement strategies. 1-6 Credits. *Applications received by the priority deadline will be reviewed for consideration for admission. SOWO 850. Course examines international social issues, programs, and policies and their impact on client populations and cultures in a particular country or global region.Grading status: Letter grade. This course examines public school social work policy and practice emphasizing an ecological approach within the school-family-community context.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. SOWO 403. Topic determined by instructor and announced in advance.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. (Field fee: $300. 1.5 Credit. Irene Zipper. Social Work Study Abroad: Africa. Admissions Program Mission. SOWO 874. SOWO 521. SOWO 831. Gary S. Cuddeback (279), Severe Mental Illness, Criminal Justice, Mental Health Services Quentin J. Hinson (241), Human Migration, Immigration Policy, Immigrant and Refugee Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Migrant Farmworkers, Program Development The population explosion in North Carolina is mostly due to an influx from other states and an increasingly large immigrant population. SOWO 820. Intermediate Spanish for Health Care II. Human Development in Context. Kimberly J. Strom (038), Professional Ethics, Moral Courage, Leadership, Higher Education SOWO 490. Events. 3 Credits. UNC School of Social Work. 3 Credits. The Additional Teaching Field must be in an area different from the Academic Concentration. Melissa L. Godwin (210), Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention, School-Based Mental Health Services, Gender Issues, Clinical Social Work SOWO 832. 3 Credits. (Field fee: $300. 1.5 Credit. and the Ph.D. degrees. Older Adults: Theory and Practice. Designed to explore basic principles and to provide advanced instruction in data analysis, including the construction and analysis of tables, statistical tests, and an introduction to the use of computer programs.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 510.Grading status: Letter grade. In this skills-oriented course, students will learn to apply three approaches to program development and prepare a proposal draft suitable for submission to a foundation or governmental organization.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 570.Grading status: Letter grade. This advanced practice elective course covers theories and application of three models of brief psychotherapy. Tamara Norris (107), Family Support, Disability Policy and Practice, Macro Practice, Community Impact The University of Cincinnati Master of Social Work (MSW) program prepares you for a career in advanced social work practice. generalist and specialization curriculum, students also enroll in field education in addition to their classroom-based coursework. Social Work and the Law. SOWO 793. Selena B. Childs (205), Child Welfare, Evidence-Informed Practice, Research, Workforce Development, Policy Development, Advocacy The UNC Gillings School’s Master of Public Health (MPH), offered on-campus, online and distance by the top public school of public health in the country, is a comprehensive, integrated program that will give you the skills and knowledge you need to solve urgent public health problems in North Carolina and around the world. Scho… This course teaches basic principles of behavior theory and intervention, current applications, and how to assess, design and implement behavior plans for children.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. The DP concentration prepares students for advanced social work practice with individuals, families, and groups. A student is not required to do a scholarly concentration to graduate; however, we encourage students all to consider participation in this novel, and we hope fulfilling experience, at UNC. SOWO 883. A continuation of SOWO 820, students demonstrate mastery of specialization competencies and behaviors through direct (individuals, families, small groups) or macro (organizations, communities) practice in an agency setting. Gina A. Chowa (206), International Social Development, Asset Building, HIV/AIDS, Social Protection and Financial Capability This course focuses on social work practice in healthcare covering the social context of health problems, and the theories and interventions that facilitate prevention of and coping with health problems.Requisites: Prerequisites, SOWO 500, 505, and 540.Grading status: Letter grade. Topic determined by the instructor and announced in advance.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. Implementing Evidence-Informed Practice with Organizations and Communities. Carolina is a community that has all you need to sharpen skills, explore interests, discover talents, and challenge limits. SOWO 700. 1-6 Credits. Topic determined by instructor and announced in advance.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. Foundations for Theory Construction. A continuation of SOWO 520, students demonstrate an increased knowledge of generalist competencies and behaviors through direct (individuals, families, small groups) and macro (organizations, communities) practice in an agency setting. SOWO 915. 1 public school of public health. Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Theory and Practice. SOWO 834. It emphasizes basic knowledge, analytic and practice skills, and values necessary for practice.Grading status: Letter grade. All pages in Graduate Catalog. Permission of the instructor. Grading status: Letter grade. UNC Charlotte is the second largest of the 17 member schools of the University of North Carolina system, serving 30,000 students annually through both traditional and online programs. Michael Lambert (102), Research and Measurement of Biopsychosocial Adjustment in Children, Youth, Adults, and Families Cross-Nationally, Clinical Interest in Treatment of Trauma, Family and Individual Psychotherapy SOWO 540. Middle Grades Academic Concentrations & Additional Teaching Fields: A minimum of 24 hours is required in the Academic Concentration. 3 Credits. Marketing and Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations. 3 Credits. Kirsten L. Kainz (105), Knowledge Exchange, Evidence Use, Causal Inference and Explanation, Quantitative Methods, Mixed Methods, David Ansong (082), Educational and Economic Disparities, Youth Asset Development, International Social Development, Community Development 6 Credits. Course is a brief overview of direct and macro practice social work. Topics include problem formulation, design, measurement, analysis, and the application of findings to theory and practice.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 510.Grading status: Letter grade. Social Work Practice with Organizations and Communities. 6 Credits. MPH@UNC is the online Master of Public Health (MPH) program from the University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health, ranked the No. Wanda F. Reives (012), Public Child Welfare, Human Trafficking, Public Human Services Management/Leadership UNC Charlotte's Department of Counseling offers a Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling degree. Critically evaluates health and social policies aimed at resolving disparities.Requisites: Pre- or corequisite, SOWO 530.Grading status: Letter grade. Sustainable Development. Introduces public welfare policy through lecture and discussion of the purposes public welfare serves; describes the most important programs created by those policies.Grading status: Letter grade. Course provides familiarity with legal processes, legal research, and legal analysis within the context of socio-legal issues important to social work practice.Grading status: Letter grade. Generalist Field Seminar I. The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Adaptations for other mental health disorders are discussed.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. This course introduces statistical frameworks, analytical tools, and social behavioral applications of OLS regression model, weighted least-square regression, logistic regression models, and generalized linear models.Grading status: Letter grade. SOWO 702. SOWO 740. Laura Phipps (257), Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports, Trauma-Informed Child Welfare, Implementation Science and Outcomes Focused Practice Students develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes specific to clinical practice with adults who have Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders. 12 total completions.Grading status: Letter grade. We invite prospective students to review the required coursework. This course will use the cognitive behavioral therapy CBT framework to teach students how to move from an assessment to intervention using the CBT model.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. This course focuses on the process of conducting a differential diagnosis of mental health and substance use disorders using the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.Requisites: Prerequisites, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. 1.5 Credit. program is based on an evaluation of the applicant's transcripts, references, written statement of interest in the field, prior experience, and readiness to undertake graduate professional education. SOWO 614I. This course provides an introduction to evidence-informed and best practices for program development. MSW@USC Cross-Program Course Offerings. Differential Diagnosis of Mental Health Disorders. 3 Credits. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This course fosters understanding of normal aging, illness, and common challenges associated with aging, and also practice skills to treat older adults and their families.Requisites: Prerequisites, SOWO 500, 505, and 540.Grading status: Letter grade. Students hone their listening and speaking skills through role-playing activities and class discussion. Permission of the instructor. Activities center on an original film set in a Latino-run health clinic.Grading status: Letter gradeSame as: PUBH 615, AHSC 615I, NURS 615I. In the second year of this program, students take two courses each semester, participate in a field seminar, and complete 16 hours per week in a field placement each semester. Advanced Policy Practice focuses on skills development in advanced policy analysis and change at administrative and legislative levels and on multiple levels of advocacy and lobbying strategies.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 530.Grading status: Letter grade. To be considered for admission, the applicant must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, preferably with a broad liberal arts preparation in social and biological sciences and the humanities. 3 Credits. SOWO 766. SOWO 767. This interdisciplinary clinical course addresses issues and practice models relating to terminal illness and bereavement faced throughout the life span.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. SOWO 764. )Requisites: Prerequisite, Completed Generalist Curriculum.Grading status: Letter grade. A student choosing a scholarly concentration is making a commitment to learning a discipline, and doing a deeper dive into a chosen area, than might be experienced in the curriculum otherwise. Students may choose one of three primary concentrations in which to specialize: Addictions, Clinical Mental Health, or School Counseling. SOWO 760. Continuation of Research Practicum I.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit. Community Organizing for Social Change. 4 Credits. Students develop coherent and cohesive plans of study to meet their M.S.W. Research Practicum I. Gary M. Nelson (83), Organizational and Community Change, Social Gerontology, Self-Evaluation, Dean F. Duncan III (218), Human Trafficking, Child Welfare, Youth Aging Out of Foster Care, Management of Human Services Agencies, Research Methods, Community Collaboration SOWO 880. In the final year, students complete the degree as full-time students on the UNC–Chapel Hill campus. 3 Credits. Tina M. Souders (007), Professional Ethics, Social Work and the Law, Macro Practice with Organizations and Communities, Instructional Design and Technology This course teachers practical mental health and addictions treatment skills delivered in primary care settings. Crystal Joy Stewart (242), Child Welfare, Research Methods, Program Evaluation, Data Science, Youth Aging Out of Foster Care, Trauma-Informed Care, Human Trafficking, Bernice Adjabeng (034), Nonprofit Leadership and Management, Adult Mental Health and Substance Use, Program Evaluation Evaluation of Social Work Interventions. Special Topics in Direct Practice. Adult Mental Health: Theory and Practice. Public Service and Social Change. Lisa R. Lackmann (247), Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health, Integrated Care, Family Support This course explores social work practice, policy, and research for justice-involved people with mental health and/or substance use disorders.Grading status: Letter grade. This course presents the theoretical basis of motivational interviewing (MI), the principles of this counseling approach, and the key strategies for facilitating effective discussions about behavior change.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. (Field fee: $300. The first two years of M.S.W. This course is designed to assist students to learn skills, methods, theory, and research in development practice in global settings. Amelia Roberts-Lewis Marilyn A. Ghezzi (243), Severe Mental Illness, Group Work, Psychotherapy Approaches and Integration Confronting Oppression and Social Work Policy. This course helps students to develop skills and practices associated with marketing and fundraising strategies for nonprofit organizations at the macro level.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 570.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. 1.5 Credit. Sherry C. Mergner (275), Disability Rights and Advocacy, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), Families of Children with Special Needs, Emotional Regulation and Social Cognitive Strategies for Individuals with ASD and Related Disorders, Sexual Health Education, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Modified Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with Individuals with ASD/IDD, LGBTQ Issues, Women's Issues, Spirituality and Psychotherapy Substance Use and Addictions Specialist (SUAS): Foundations of Addiction. The University of North Florida (UNF) Master of Social Work (MSW) program fosters a commitment to creating social change through a holistic practice of social work that emphasizes the attainment of biopsychosocial-economic and spiritual well-being, especially among people who experience systematic marginalization and oppression. Research Methods in Social Intervention. SOWO 732. Assists students in integrating and applying classroom learning with the generalist field practicum. 6 total credits. SOWO 916. Advanced Standing Students learn specialization competencies and behaviors by demonstrating advanced knowledge, skills and values through direct (individuals, families, small groups) or macro (organizations, communities) practice in an agency setting. We are one of only 13 MSW programs in the U.S. that concentrates only on clinical social work. All programs in the School of Social Work (SSW) are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. SOWO 923. Paul J. Lanier (027), Child Maltreatment Prevention, Child Well-Being, Parenting, Evidence-Based Practice Measurement in Social Intervention Research. SOWO 837. Course frameworks will include definitions, structural variations, theories, strengths, stressors, and changes that affect functioning needed to carry out practice with clients.Grading status: Letter grade. 1.5 Credit. John D. McMahon (232), Family and Children's Services, Child Welfare, Improving Outcomes for Families Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Theory and Practice. Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models. Includes a service-learning requirement.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. Differential Diagnosis and Case Formulation. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. Accompanies an intensive, paid internship in a local nonprofit agency.Gen Ed: EE- Service Learning.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit. The mission of the MSW Program at UNC Charlotte is to prepare future social work professionals for leadership in areas of culturally-informed, community-engaged practice, policy and research, with a particular emphasis on persistent and emerging social problems in rapidly diversifying urban areas locally, nationally and globally. Working with their advisors, students select courses to meet their individual professional and educational goals, while also meeting the academic requirements of their concentration. Social Work Specialization Practicum II. In the evidence-informed practice specialization curriculum, students choose among two concentrations for an additional 33 academic credit hours: the community, management and policy practice concentration (CMPP), and the direct practice concentration (DP). Social Work Practice with Groups. Activities center on an original film set in a health clinic in rural North Carolina.Grading status: Letter gradeSame as: PUBH 613, AHSC 613I, NURS 613I. Linda H. Kendall (101), Collective Impact and Community Engagement Projects in Aging, Disabilities and Family Caregiver Issues, Individual and Group Facilitation Online Social Work Programs in North Carolina. Feb 05. This course examines institutionalized oppression and its implications for social work practice at all levels, emphasizing the consequences of social inequality and the social worker's responsibilities to fight oppression.Grading status: Letter grade. Students will hone their listening and speaking skills in class primarily through role-playing activities and class discussion. SOWO 742. Social Work 20-Month Advanced Standing Specialization Practicum II. SOWO 720. Focuses on current professional social work issues. 3 Credits. Pre-Specialization Practicum for Advanced Standing Students. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. Health Access and Health Disparities. The Master of Social Work (MSW) degree is the primary graduate level degree for professional social work practice, and is often pursued after some work experience. READ OUR MAGAZINE. SOWO 994. 3 Credits. 1-6 Credits. Rebecca J.Macy (325), Interpersonal and Relationship Violence, Coping with Personal Threats and Trauma, Prevention and Practice Interventions Amy S. Levine (236), Child Welfare, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Trauma-Informed Care, Clinical Practice Confronting Oppression and Institutional Discrimination. Social Work 20-Month Advanced Standing Specialization Practicum III. Michael E. McGuire (294), Adolescent and Family Development, Childhood Trauma, Substance Use Treatment, Experiential Learning, Issues Around Military Families, Motivational Interviewing, Feedback Informed Treatment, Clinical Supervision, Clinical Model Implementation, Ethics, Workforce Development SOWO 792. Their final year, students in this program complete the specialization curriculum. 3 Credits. The CMPP concentration prepare students for advanced social work practice related to administration, management, and community and policy practice. 3 Credits. This course introduces statistical frameworks, analytical tools, and social behavioral applications of three types of models: event history analysis, hierarchical linear modeling (HLM), and growth curve analysis.Grading status: Letter grade. If you are considering a degree program that leads to, or in order to qualify for, a professional license and/or certification, please note that at this time UNCW may or may not be able to advise whether the program meets requirements outside of North Carolina. Variable content. SOWO 743. SOWO 739. SOWO 500. Social Work Specialization Practicum I. School Social Work Practice. In the admissions process for the Ph.D. program, students are asked to provide evidence of. Students also complete a teaching practicum and are provided opportunities to teach in the M.S.W. Wellness Day (no classes) Feb 16. Human Development in Context II: Adulthood. Focus is on competent practice with marginalized populations globally.Grading status: Letter grade. 1.5 Credit. (Field fee: $300. In the first year, students take two courses each semester. This course provides an in-depth analysis of the etiology, effects, and dynamics of family violence, as well as the identification of appropriate assessment and treatment strategies.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 540.Grading status: Letter grade. Admission to the School of Nursing graduate program or graduate students in any of the Health Affairs Schools with permission of instructor required.Grading status: Letter gradeSame as: NURS 790I. This primarily e-learning course provides public health students with the opportunity to improve their oral communication skills in Spanish at the intermediate level via DVD, Web, and workbook. Kathleen A. Rounds A continuation of SOWO 823, students demonstrate mastery of specialization competencies and behaviors through direct or macro practice in an agency setting. SOWO 505. 3 Credits. program is based on an evaluation of the applicant's transcripts, references, written statement of interest in the field, prior experience, and readiness to undertake graduate professional education. 6 total completions.Grading status: Letter grade. Contact unccatalog@unc.edu. 1.5 Credit. However, graduates of undergraduate social work programs that are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education who meet specific course and admissions requirements are eligible to apply for the advanced standing program. Cynthia Fraga Rizo (234), Intimate Partner Violence, Child Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence, Human Trafficking, Latinx and Immigrant Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, Coping, Parenting, Intervention Development and Evaluation, Mellicent O. Blythe (203), Trauma-Informed Practice, Community Mental Health, Workforce Development, Public Policy, Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatments  Child Welfare Policy Practice and Advocacy. SOWO 900. Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations. 3 Credits. SOWO 911. Undergraduate Research in Social Work. Rodney D. Little (226), Group Process and Facilitation, Leadership Development for Supervisors/Managers in Public Social Services, Conflict Resolution, Rural Social Work Practice and Culture, Grief Loss and Bereavement This course engages students in the processs of child welfare policy practice and advocacy to formulate, analyze, implement, evaluate, and disseminate evidence-informed policiies and interventions at all system levels.Requisites: Prerequisite, SOWO 530.Grading status: Letter grade. The School of Social Work also offers one off-campus program that is located in Winston-Salem. Instructor-led. Structural Equation Modeling. 1-6 Credits. In the first year, students take two courses each semester. About UNC SOWO 841. Sarah M. Naylor (256), Academic Advising, Qualitative Research, Higher Education, Program Evaluation Topic determined by instructor and announced in advance.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. The School of Social Work offers programs leading to the M.S.W. Asset Development Practice. Robin Sansing (213), Community Management and Policy Practice (CMPP), Contemplative Practices in Higher Education and Social Work Practice, Leadership Development, Community Mental Health, Health and Wellness in Higher Education Annamae T. Giles (216), Healthcare, Aging, Death and Dying This will include effective interventions in a variety of clinical settings utilizing evidence-based and evolving best-practice methodologies.Requisites: Pre- or corequisites, SOWO 540 and 700; permission of the instructor for students lacking the requisites.Grading status: Letter grade. , Chapel Hill offers a Master of Arts ( MA ) in Counseling.... And applying classroom learning with the objectives and Resources of the doctoral program psychiatric rehabilitation is discussed as framework... The admissions process for the Ph.D. program curriculum is grounded in core social welfare,... 823, students complete the specialization curriculum, students take two courses each semester of their studies,. In our interactive online campus takes two years of full time study to focus a... Asked to provide evidence of skill through two field studies.Requisites: Prerequisites, SOWO 540.Grading status Letter. 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