The Case Management Certification program provides the theoretical knowledge, values, and skills needed for entry-level positions in human services. In addition to taking courses, students participate in a required 50 hour or more case management fieldwork experience in one of the program's approved human services agencies.
|Course No.||Course Title||Credits|
|ENGL 010||Basic Writing Skills||3|
|SWRK 010||Basic Writing Skills for Case Management Practice||0|
|SWRK 110||Introduction to Case Management||3|
|SWRK 111||Basic Interviewing Skills for Case Management Practice||1|
|SWRK 120||Generalist Case Management Practice||3|
|SWRK 230||Advanced Case Management Skills||3|
|SWRK 260||Case Management Integrative Seminar and Field Experience||3|
Total Credit Hours
- A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 at the College level and a minimum GPA of 2.67 in all 300-level social work courses. No student will be allowed to enter a senior year field placement (Social Work 436) if their GPA falls below these standards.
- Students who receive a grade of C- or less in any required social work course must retake that course and receive at least a grade of C in order to proceed in the major. Students who receive a C- or less twice in the same course, will be dismissed from the major. For additional information, see the School of Social Work Field and Academic Manual available at the B.S.W. Office or available on the School of Social Work Web site.
- Students who receive an F in any required social work course or a C- or less in any two required social work courses will be dismissed from the major. A copy of the "Bachelor of Social Work Academic Standing Policy," including appeal procedures, is distributed to students in the department.
Case Management Certification Students enroll in fieldwork, usually during the 2nd semester for full time students. Other arrangement can be made to include field work during other parts of the program. Students complete 80 hours of field placement experience, as well as take part in an integrative seminar class to discuss their experience and integrate their learnign from previous and current coursework. Field placement agencies vary and be selected to reflect a student's interest in future case management work.