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国产偷拍视频Master of Social Work Concentration

How the program works

国产偷拍视频In addition to the core MSW degree curriculum, you will take an advanced practice course and complete a two-semester concentration field placement focusing on youth and their families.

See a sample course schedule for MSW students with the Youth, Family, and Community concentration:

28-Month Program 2-Year Program3-Year Program

Tuition

国产偷拍视频The figures below are based on a per-credit tuition rate of $1,090.

Year 1

  • Fall: $10,900 (10 credits)
  • Spring: $9,810 (9 credits)

Year 2

  • Summer: $3,270 (3 credits)
  • Fall: $6,540 (6 credits)
  • Spring: $8,720 (8 credits)
  • +$300 student services fee per semester

Year 1

  • Fall: $14,170 (13 credits)
  • Spring: $16,350 (15 credits)

Year 2

  • Summer: $7,630 (7 credits)
  • Fall: $13,625 (12.5 credits)
  • Spring: $13,625 (12.5 credits)
  • +$300 student services fee per semester

Year 1

  • Fall: $10,900 (10 credits)
  • Spring: $9,810 (9 credits)

Year 2

  • Summer: $3,270 (3 credits)
  • Fall: $6,540 (6 credits)
  • Spring: $8,720 (8 credits)

Year 3

  • Summer: $4,360 (4 credits)
  • Fall: $10,355 (9.5 credits)
  • Fall: $10,355 (9.5 credits)
  • +$300 student services fee per semester
Erikson students come to us with excellent family therapy skills. They know how to talk to parents about their children in a very sensitive way.
Nancy ToncyClinical supervisor, Between Friends
Concentration courses you will take

SOWK K436国产偷拍视频 3 credit hours

Advanced Treatment with Parents and Children

This course is designed to deepen students’ theoretical understanding and practice knowledge regarding working with youth, parents, and other caregivers around social/emotional, behavioral, and relational challenges. Students will expand their competencies in individual, dyadic, family, and other approaches to working across home visiting and agency-based settings.

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SOWK K454 3 credit hours

Advanced Practice with Children, Adolescents and Adults

This course is designed to build on relevant concepts covered in Social and Emotional Development I and II and Working with Children, Families, and Groups I and II, particularly in relation to understanding individuals and their adjustment within developmental, biopsychosocial, and person-in-environment frameworks. The course also provides students with the theoretical and practice knowledge base necessary for effective social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.

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The Erikson curriculum provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to social work education that is informed by a deep understanding of development, cultural, and community contexts.

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Empower youth and families to improve their lives

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