archive-edu.com » EDU » S » SPRINGFIELD.EDU

Total: 809

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • MSW Weekday (Springfield) | Springfield College
    for their work gives students a well rounded social work education Students can earn a MSW in two years Classes meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays In addition to classroom participation students will complete two field practicums and participate in field seminars Master of Social Work Weekday Curriculum Effective Fall 2014 for Incoming Students Returning students should refer to advising sheets found in Resources Fall of First Year Credits MSSW 601 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 1 3 MSSW 611 Social Policy 1 3 MSSW 631 Social Work Practice 1 3 MSSW 684 Field Practicum 1 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 674 Field Seminar 1 5 Total 13 Spring of First Year Credits MSSW 602 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2 3 MSSW 612 Social Policy 2 3 MSSW 621 Research 1 3 MSSW 632 Social Work Practice 2 3 MSSW 685 Field Practicum 1 2nd Half 3 5 Total 15 5 Fall of Second Year Credits MSSW 603 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 3 3 MSSW 623 Research 2 Formerly Research 3 3 MSSW 633 Social Work Practice 3 3 MSSW 686 Field Practicum 2 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 676 Field Seminar 2 5 Elective 3

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/academic-programs/master-of-social-work/msw-weekday-springfield (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive


  • MSW Weekend (Springfield & Worcester) | Springfield College
    experience and faculty members who are recognized locally nationally and internationally for their work gives students a well rounded social work education In this part time option classes meet two weekends per month for three years In addition to classroom work students will complete a field practicum in the second and third years as well as participate in field seminars Many students in the weekend program are employed in service related positions creative a rich and diverse classroom experience The weekend program is offered at both Springfield College Brennan Center 45 Island Pond Road Springfield Mass Saint Vincent Hospital 123 Summer Street Worcester Mass Master of Social Work Weekend Program Curriculum Effective Fall 2014 for Incoming Students Returning students should refer to advising sheets found in Resources Fall of First Year Credits MSSW 601 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 1 3 MSSW 611 Social Policy 1 3 Total 6 Spring of First Year Credits MSSW 602 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2 3 MSSW 621 Research 1 3 Total 6 Summer of First Year Credits MSSW 612 Social Policy 2 3 Elective 3 Total 6 Fall of Second Year Credits MSSW 603 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 3 3 MSSW 631 Social Work Practice 1 3 MSSW 684 Field Practicum 1 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 674 Field Seminar 1 5 Total 10 Spring of Second Year Credits MSSW 632 Social Work Practice 2 3 MSSW 685 Field Practicum 1 2nd Half 3 5 Total 6 5 Summer of Second Year Credits Elective 3 Elective 3 Total 6 Fall of Third Year Credits MSSW 623 Research 2 Formerly Research 3 3 MSSW 633 Social Work Practice 3 3 MSSW 686 Field Practicum 2 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 676 Field Seminar 2 5 Total 10 Spring of

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/academic-programs/master-of-social-work/msw-weekend-springfield-worcester (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Advanced Standing for BSW Graduates (Weekday & Weekend) | Springfield College
    BSW program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education within the past five years you may be able to earn a master of social work in a summer and two full time semesters or four part time semesters In addition to educational credentials candidates for this program generally have acquired first hand skill and knowledge related to the social work field Applicants to this program must complete a supplemental application Master of Social Work Advanced Standing Weekday Curriculum Effective Fall 2014 for Incoming Students Returning students should refer to advising sheets found in Resources Summer Credits MSSW 603 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 3 3 MSSW 604 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 4 2 MSSW 610 Social Work Practice 5 2 Total 7 Fall Credits MSSW 623 Research 2 Formerly Research 3 3 MSSW 633 Social Work Practice 3 3 MSSW 686 Field Practicum 2 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 676 Field Seminar 2 5 Elective 3 Total 13 Spring Credits MSSW 613 Social Policy 3 3 MSSW 634 Social Work Practice 4 3 MSSW 677 Field Seminar 2 2nd Half 5 MSSW 687 Field Practicum 2 2nd Half 3 5 Elective 3 Total 13 Degree Total 33 Coursework taken at Springfield College School of Social Work must total a minimum of 33 credits Master of Social Work Advanced Standing Weekend Curriculum Summer Credits MSSW 603 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 3 3 MSSW 604 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 4 2 MSSW 610 Social Work Practice 5 2 Total 7 Fall Credits MSSW 623 Research 2 Formerly Research 3 3 MSSW 633 Social Work Practice 3 3 MSSW 686 Field Practicum 2 1st Half 3 5 MSSW 676 Field Seminar 2 5 Total 10 Spring Credits MSSW 613 Social Policy 3 3 MSSW 634

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/academic-programs/master-of-social-work/advanced-standing-for-bsw-graduates-weekday-weekend (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Dual Degree Program Master of Social Work/Juris Doctor (MSW/JD) | Springfield College
    Doctor Dual Degree Curriculum Effective Fall 2014 for Incoming Students Returning students should refer to advising sheets found in Resources Year One or Two Springfield College School of Social Work MSSW 601 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 1 3 MSSW 602 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2 3 MSSW 611 Social Policy 1 3 MSSW 612 Social Policy 2 3 MSSW 621 Research 1 If needed 3 MSSW 631 Social Work Practice 1 3 MSSW 632 Social Work Practice 2 3 MSSW 684 685 Field Practicum 1 1st 2nd half 7 MSSW 674 Field Seminar 1 5 Elective 3 Total 28 5 or 31 5 Year One or Two Western New England University School of Law Introduction to Law 1 Constitutional Law I 4 Contracts 4 Criminal Law 4 Civil Procedure 4 Property 4 Torts 4 Legal Research and Writing 4 Introduction to the Legal Profession 1 Total 30 Year Three Western New England University School of Law Business Organizations 3 Income Taxation 3 Evidence 3 Electives and other requirements towards JD 23 Total 32 Year Four SC SSW WNE SoL MSSW 603 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 3 3 MSSW 613 Social Policy 3 OR MSSW 623 Research 2 Formerly Research 3 3 MSSW 633 Social Work Practice 3 3 MSSW 634 Social Work Practice 4 3 MSSW 686 687 Field Practicum 2 1st 2nd half 7 MSSW 676 Field Seminar 2 5 Electives in Law 12 Total 31 5 There is an approved list of elective courses that can be transferred from the Law School A total of 12 credits are required MSW JD students must be full time students and matriculated in both the Springfield College School of Social Work and the Western New England University School of Law If accepted at the School

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/academic-programs/master-of-social-work/dual-degree-program-master-of-social-work/juris-doctor-msw/jd (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Doug Foresta , MSW, Class of 2007 Speaker, Consultant, and Talk Show Host | Springfield College
    with the world and those who lead it We just feel like we don t have the means to rise above and beat it I had this feeling that there was something more I could do in the world but I didn t know what it was I was working at a hotel when 9 11 struck The hotel volunteered to become a grief center for families and victims of 9 11 As part of that social workers from the Red Cross and other agencies were set up in the lobby providing assistance to family members of the missing as well as survivors of the collapse of the towers That was a defining moment for me I knew in my heart that I could be doing more in the world that I could be deploying myself more fully However it wasn t until that moment that I saw the difference between the help that I could provide and the help that the social workers could provide No one needed help with luggage They needed referrals crisis intervention and counseling In short they needed professional social workers I think there is sometimes a societal assumption that anyone can do social work

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/student-spotlight/doug-foresta-msw-class-of-2007-speaker-consultant-and-talk-show-host (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Visit Us | Springfield College
    has to offer To schedule a personalized visit to the SSW located at the Brennan Center at 45 Island Pond Road in Springfield contact Chris Hinely admissions coordinator at 413 748 3060 or chinely springfieldcollege edu You may have many questions as you embark on the road toward a career in social work and we re here to assist you not only with the admissions process but all along the

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/admissions/visit-us (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Ann Roy, Ph.D., M.S.W., Professor | Springfield College
    student whose focus is professional social work with older adults and understanding the burgeoning field of gerontology The Springfield College School of Social Work is now offering an area of emphasis in gerontology which will enable our social work students to concentrate on developing their skills and knowledge in working with older adults and facing the challenges of an aging society Ann Roy Ph D M S W Professor More

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/faculty-spotlight/ann-roy-phd-msw-professor (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Springfield College School of Social Work and Peace Corps Announce New Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program | Springfield College
    College Vice President and Provost of Academic Affairs Jean Wyld Given this mission we are excited to partner with the Peace Corps and look forward to welcoming our Coverdell Fellows to the School of Social Work The College is pleased to collaborate with the Peace Corps for this new program and to extend the impact of the School of Social Work still further Peace Corps volunteers who are involved in the program will earn their Master of Social Work from Springfield College As part of the program students will complete 1 050 hours of service in the field in partnership with over 1 000 agencies in New England and New York There is a synergy between Springfield College s mission to educate future leaders in service and the Peace Corps mission to create sustainable change through dedicated partnerships around the world said Francine Vecchiolla Dean of Springfield College School of Social Work Our welcoming school community will offer abundant opportunities for a Coverdell Fellow to help promote a better understanding of other cultures and a cross cultural ethical mandate that is central to social work education Through their internships Coverdell Fellows will apply what they learn in the classroom to a professional setting They not only gain valuable hands on experience that makes them more competitive in today s job market but they also further the Peace Corps and Springfield College missions By sharing their global perspective with the communities they serve Fellows help fulfill Peace Corps Third Goal commitment to strengthen Americans understanding of the world and its people As a returned Peace Corps volunteer and faculty member in the Springfield College School of Social Work I look forward to working with our Coverdell Fellows to provide meaningful exposure to their overseas experience said Karen Clark Hoey Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work who served in Romania from 1994 96 Together we will create opportunities on and off campus to foster student insight into life in a developing country Ultimately we would aim to demystify living and working overseas and broadening student understanding of leading a global life The Paul D Coverdell Fellows Program began in 1985 at Teachers College Columbia University and now includes more than 90 university partners across the counter from the District of Columbia to Hawaii to Alaska The program is specifically reserved for students who have already completed the Peace Corps service abroad Since the inception of this program more than 4 500 volunteers have participated and made a difference across the country For more information visit peacecorps gov fellows To learn more about the Coverdell Fellows Program at Springfield College contact Dr Clark Hoey at kclark6 springfieldcollege edu About the Peace Corps The Peace Corps sends the best and brightest Americans abroad on behalf of the United States to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world Volunteers work at the grassroots level to develop sustainable solutions that address challenges in education health economic development agriculture environment and youth

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/springfield-college-school-of-social-work/about/springfield-college-school-of-social-work-and-peace-corps-announce-new-paul-d-coverdell-fellows (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive



  •