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Graduate Bulletin Homepage |School of Criminal Justice |Criminal Justice (M.A.) and Social Work (M.S.W.) Dual Master's Program | Criminal Justice (M.A.) and Social Work - Direct Practice Concentration (M.S.W.) Dual Master's Program

Dual Master's Program in Criminal Justice (M.A.) and Social Work - Clinical Concentration (M.S.W.)

Program of Study (72 graduate credits minimum)

To complete requirements for the MA/MSW with the Clinical Concentration, students must complete 72 credits through required coursework and electives:

Social Work courses (48 credits):

SSW 600  Social Welfare Policy and Services (3 credits)
SSW 610  Human Behavior and Social Environment I (3 credits)
SSW 611  Human Behavior and Social Environment II (3 credits)
SSW 620  Micro Practice in Social Work I (3 credits)
SSW 621  Micro Practice in Social Work II (3 credits)
SSW 630  Macro Practice in Social Work I (3 credits)
SSW 631  Macro Practice in Social Work II (3 credits)
SSW 650  Field Instruction I (3 credits)
SSW 651  Field Instruction II (4 credits)
SSW 7xx  Advanced Policy (3 credits)
SSW 752  Field Instruction III (4 credits) 
SSW 753  Field Instruction IV (4 credits)
SSW 7xx  Advanced Clinical Practice (9 credits)

Criminal Justice courses (24 credits):

CRJ 504  Applied Statistics 1 (3 credits)
CRJ 505  MA Research Design (3 credits)
CRJ 607  Criminological Theory (3 credits)
CRJ 640  Theories of Clinical Justice (3 credits)
CRJ xxx   Electives (12 credits)

Additional requirement:

A comprehensive examination will be administered to Master’s degree students requiring students to demonstrate analytical, integrative, and applied knowledge of the foundational subject matter of criminology and criminal justice, including relevant theory and methodology. The exam will consist of a question designed to elicit a response integrating material covered in the required courses with material covered in courses in the student’s areas of interest. 

Last updated on 5/26/2009