Summer 2019 Course Schedule

Below is the DRAFT schedule for Summer 2019 (as of 05/07/19).  You can search by CRN, Course Number, Title, Instructor, or by words in Course Comments.  You are unable to search by specific day.  If there is a search result, it will appear in the day/time the course is offered.

Summer Session 2019

REMINDER: Please review course prerequisites prior to registration, which is found on the curriculum overviews on the website)

Summer Registration Information:

For summer session, there is no minimum credit requirement.  Summer tuition is per credit hour only.  Students taking summer courses are encouraged to review their plan of study to ensure these credit hours may be incorporated.  To request a course overload (over 7 credits), students must complete the summer overload form and email it to sswregistration@ssw.umaryland.edu.  Registration for over (6) credits is on a space available basis.  Please note that one-week intensive courses have at least one scheduled session during the 8-week summer session timeframe, and there may be no overlap with 8-week class times.  Courses may be cancelled due to low enrollment.

* These courses have been approved for diversity content.

ONE-WEEK Intensive Courses begin Monday May 20, 2019.

REGULAR SESSION 8-WEEK Courses are held from Wednesday, May 29 through Thursday, July 26, 2019.

 

One-Week Intensives

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62297 SOWK 670 INT Social Work Research Rose Intensive class with Blackboard assignments: meets in-person Monday-Friday, May 20- 24 from 9:00-5:00 PM and June 7th, 9:30am-12:30pm 3E04
62507 SOWK 699 INT Special Topic: Environmentalism: Social Work Practice and Policy with a Global Perspective Burry The goal of this 3-credit course, taught by faculty from both the U.S. and India, is to provide a national/international perspective on responses to environmental issues that are most likely to impact vulnerable populations and their communities. In-person classes at the SSW: Friday, 5/3/19, 12:15p-1:45p (mandatory introductory class) Monday-Friday, 5/20-5/24, 8:00a-12:00p and 1:00p-5:00p; includes some group work online with Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (RCSS) students and faculty. 3E08
61334 SOWK 783 IN1 Qualitative Cross-cultural Research* Gioia Intensive class with Blackboard assignments: meets in-person Monday-Friday, May 20- 24 from 9:00-5:00 PM and Friday June 14 from 1:00p-2:00p. Some readings are due prior to first class. 2E14
62506 SWCL 703 IN2 Family Therapy Pecukonis Intensive class with in-class and online assignments: meets Monday-Friday, May 20-24 from 9:00-5:00 PM and June 10 from 9:00a-2:00p. Readings are due prior to first class. 3E34
60240 SWCL 703 INT Family Therapy DiBlasio Intensive course with in-class sessions meeting Monday through Friday, May 20-24 from 9:00-5:00 PM. Readings are due within 3 weeks after class and one-online class in June date to be announced. 3E14
61435 SWCL 715 INT Mindfulness, Stress Reduction, and Self Care Ringel Intensive class meets Monday-Friday, May 20- May 24 from 9:30am – 5:00pm; and an independent assignment on Friday, May 24th. The final day will be group presentations, June 7th. 2W11
62147 SWCL 776 INT Core Concepts in Trauma Treatment for Children and Adolescents* Collins Intensive class meets Monday-Friday, May 20- May 24 from 9:30 am – 5:00 pm; one more session will be conducted on-line, to be completed along with a final paper by TBD. This course will introduce students to the core concepts (general theory and foundational knowledge), which inform evidence-based assessment and intervention with children, adolescents, and families who are traumatized. The course will highlight the role of development, culture, and empirical evidence in trauma-specific interventions with children, adolescents, and their families. Pre-requisites: SWCL 700 and SWCL 744 3E36
60225 SWOA 722 INT Supervision in Social Work Salus Intensive class meets Monday - Friday, May 20-24, from 9:00am - 5:00pm; and June 7th, 9:00am-3:00pm. 4E14

Regular Session Courses

Web-based Courses

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62490 SOWK 772 WB1 Research: Program Evaluation Crumpton Orientation (Mandatory): Online. Please go to the link in Blackboard for orientation instructions. PLEASE NOTE: MSW students should own a computer and have access to the internet while in the program." In addition to a computer, the minimal technical standards for taking a hybrid or on-line class are updated each semester and can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/ssw-tech-requirements Online
62111 SOWK 783 WB1 Qualitative Cross-cultural Research* Chatterjee Orientation (Mandatory): Online. Please go to the link in Blackboard for orientation instructions. PLEASE NOTE: MSW students should own a computer and have access to the internet while in the program." In addition to a computer, the minimal technical standards for taking a hybrid or on-line class are updated each semester and can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/ssw-tech-requirements. Online
62460 SWCL 754 WB1 Social Work and Development Disabilities Bellin The mission of Social Work and Developmental Disabilities (SWCL 754; online) is to prepare students to deliver ethically sound, family-centered, and evidence-based services to children, adolescents, and emerging adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). This clinical methods course uses self-paced, online multi-media modules to advance student understanding of the incidence and etiology of common intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as the unique physical, psychosocial, and behavioral health needs of affected youths and their families. Social Work and Developmental Disabilities also examines the intersection of culture and ethics in the delivery of family-centered services to this population, as well as how clinical assessment processes and practice models (e.g., group work and CBT) are adapted for the I/DD population. Social work students who intend to practice with this population must also be able to critically analyze historical and contemporary legislation impacting the health, quality of life, and community integration of individuals with I/DD and their families. Social Work and Developmental Disabilities is an optional methods course and is recommended for students who are interested service delivery to pediatric populations in a range of systems—school, child welfare, juvenile justice, health and behavioral health. This online practice course builds on the competencies students acquire in their foundation year. Prior experience in the disability field is not necessary to be successful in this course. SWCL 754 Final Exam will be administered via Blackboard on Tuesday, July 16 from 12PM-1:45PM, so please confirm availability before enrolling in this course. No exceptions will be made to the exam date or time, unless extreme extenuating circumstances arise or ADA accommodations are applicable. You may take the exam at the SSW 4th Floor Computer lab or at an offsite location that has dependable WiFi. Online

Monday/Wednesday 9:00AM to Noon

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62361 SWCL 756 01 Motivational Interviewing in Social Work Practice Wirt First 4 weeks meets Mondays and Wednesdays 9am-1pm, Friday June 14, 9am-5pm, June 21, 9am-2pm. This course will require assigned readings and homework assignments that will be due before the class begins. The final exam includes completing a Standardized Client Interview which will take place on campus, at the School of Nursing Standardized Patient Lab. As part of the final examination, students will complete an interview demonstrating their Motivational Interviewing skills on Wednesday, June 26 and will schedule one additional meeting with the professor to review their interview between June 28 and July 3. Enrollment limited to 10 students. 3E14

Monday/Wednesday 2:00 to 5:00PM

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
61335 SWCL 703 02 Family Therapy E.Smith CANCELLED AS OF 04/29/2019

Monday/Wednesday 6:00 to 9:00PM

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62239 SOWK 704 01 Social Work and the Law Peacock 2E06
60235 SWCL 700 02 Advanced Clinical Interventions Schiff 3E14

Tuesday/Thursday 9:00AM to Noon

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
60246 SWCL 744 02 Psychopathology Belcher 4E26
62015 SWOA 704 01 Community Organization* Victorson 3E04

Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 to 5:00PM

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62021 SOWK 706 01 Mental Health and Social Policy Belcher 4E26
60243 SWCL 727 01 Clinical Social Work Practice with Families & Children in Child Welfare Vogel 3E04

Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 to 9:00PM

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62240 SWCL 722 01 Cognitive Behavioral Therapies Mollette 3E14
62298 SWCL 747 01 Intro to Forensic Social Work Vogel Prerequisites: SOWK 632, SOWK 636 and SWCL 700. 3E04

Saturday

CRN Code Course ID Course Section Number Couse Name Instructor Course Comments Room
62074 SWCL 712 01 Clinical Social Work Practice with Individuals Experiencing Acute, Chronic, or Life-threatening Health Conditions Westgate Meets every Saturday starting June 1st until July 13th from 9:00a-3:30p. There will be 2 online sessions during the summer session as well. This course focuses on the roles and functions of social workers in a rapidly changing health care industry. A strengths-based, family-centered, and culturally responsive approach to assessment and treatment models with diverse populations across health settings is presented and used as the organizing framework for this course. We explore a range of advanced practice interventions, from prevention and health promotion activities (e.g., motivational interviewing) to crisis intervention in acute care and end-of life scenarios. We also critically evaluate how ethical dilemmas and the interprofessional environment influence the implementation of these interventions. 3E14