YOST 4322/5322 - sec 001 - Work with Youth: Families, 2 credits, Fridays, 10:40am-12:35 pm
SW 2501W - sec 001 - Introduction to Social Justice, 4 credits, Tuesdays, 5:10-8:30 pm
SW 5903 - sec 002 - Social Work and Substance abuse, 2 credits, Thursdays, 5:10-8:00 p.m. - meets September 5 through November 7, weeks 1-10
SW 8452 - sec 001 - Core Clinical Concepts in Social Work Practice - 3 credits, Fridays, 8:30 - 11:30 am
SW 8841 - sec 002 - Social Work Research Methods, 2 credits, Thursdays, 9:35-11:30 am
SW 8842 - sec 005 - Advanced Social Work Evaluation - 3 credits, Thursdays, 1:55-4:40 note: this is a 3 credit class that is taught over an entire academic year, fall and spring semesters. It is a total of 3 credits for both semester - not 3 credits each semester. Dates are as follows:
Fall semester: 9/5; 9/12; 9/19; 10/3; 1/10; 11/14; 11/21 and 12/5
Spring semester: 1/30; 2/20; 3/5; 4/2; 4/23; 4/30
SW 8152 - sec 001 - Social Work Practice Methods: Families and Groups, Saturdays, 10:30-12:30 pm
SW 8351 - sec 001 - Assessment and Engagement with Families and Children, 3 credits, Thursdays 5:10-8:00 p.m.
SW 8806 - sec 004 - Health and Mental Health Policy, 3 credits, Wednesdays, 5:10-8:00 pm.
SW 8901 - sec 001 - Assessment ad Treatment of Trauma, 2 credits, Thursdays, 9:35-11:30 am
MSW or related Master's degree for a Teaching Specialist. A doctorate or terminal degree in a closely related field is required for an appointment as Lecturer.
Knowledge of the course content area
Ability to communicate clearly, orally and in written work
Must be able to meet at the assigned class time, schedule office hours, and meet with School of Social Work personnel as necessary for the preparation and delivery of the course.
Positive student evaluations from previously taught courses
Successful completion of graduate coursework beyond the master's level
Internal Number: 330643
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