The generalist curriculum is designed to provide all incoming master's students with the basic values, knowledge, and skills needed to gain competence in applying the generalist social work perspective to practice. An understanding of the profession's values orientation, history and philosophy, and frames of reference for practice establishes a basis for students to progress through the MSW Program's advanced specialization curricula. All MSW students must complete the MSW Generalist requirements listed below unless they are exempted via advanced standing credit or testing.
Required Generalist Courses
Course of Studies
- Social Work - Community, Organization, and Social Action Concentration, Community Organization Track, MSW
- Social Work - Community, Organization, and Social Action Concentration, MSW
- Social Work - Community, Organization, and Social Action Concentration, Social Administration Track, MSW
- Social Work - Direct Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups Concentration, MSW