Summer 2022 Course Schedule
INTENSIVE SESSION CLASSES: MAY 23 to MAY 27
REGULAR SESSION CLASSES: JUNE 1 to JULY 25
Summer 2022 Registration Opens on APRIL 7 at 6 AM
To view the schedule of classes, click on Summer 2022 Course Schedule (below). This is a DRAFT SCHEDULE.
- Tuition for Summer is billed per credit hour only.
- No minimum credit limit for Summer
- You may request an academic overload (7 credits or more). Academic overload is approved on a space available basis.
- Courses may be cancelled due to insuffient enrollment
- Courses offered and instructors listed are subject to change
- Financial Assistance for Summer 2022
- Visit Financial Aid Forms for additional information
- Requires a minimum of 6 credits for Summer 2022
Calendar of Registration and Important Dates is located at https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/academics/calendar/
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
|Section ID||Delivery Method||Eligible to Register|
|HY1||Hybrid||ALL STUDENTS are eligible to enroll for Summer|
|IN1||Intensive Baltimore||ALL STUDENTS are eligible to enroll for Summer|
|OA1||Online Asychronous||ALL STUDENTS are eligible to enroll for Summer|
|OS1||Online Synchronous||ALL STUDENTS are eligible to enroll for Summer|
Hybrid Classes require students to participate partially in-person and partially online. A minimum of 6 sessions are in-person and a minimum of 6 sessions are online (either asynchronous or synchronous). The remaining 3 sessions can be in-person or online. Instructors will communicate the schedule via email and on the course syllabus.
Intensive Baltimore Classes require students to participate fully in-person for listed days and times.
Online Asynchronous Classes allow students to complete their work at their own pace. Students are given a timeframe – it's usually a one-week window – during which they need to connect to their class at least once or twice.
Online Synchronous Classes require students to participate in partial to entire sections of class at the exact same time. Students and instructors are online at scheduled dates/times to participate in lectures, discussions, activities, and presentations.
We're trying out a new schedule viewer for the Summer 2022 DRAFT Schedule! This viewer is located at https://helen857.softr.app/. To use this viewer:
- Click on the red buttons to view only those Course Meetings
- Click on the Course Number/Title/CRN/Section/Professor for an expanded view of:
- Course Notes
- Course Description
- Use the search feature to locate by course subject (SOWK, SWCL, SWOA)
- At the bottom of the page click on Go To Top to reset to default view
Or, you can use this link to access a static view of the Summer 2022 DRAFT Schedule, and course descriptions are located at https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/academics/course-offerings/.
After reviewing the Course Schedule (make note of the CRNs) and Important Dates Calendar, you are ready to register using SURFS. Login using your UMID and Password. Be sure to register for all needed courses, even if the day/time is not to your preference. After registering remember to print a copy of your schedule.
WAITING LISTS: if you registered for a course that is not at your preferred day/time or if you received an error message when registering for a course, you can add yourself to the waiting list by submitting a waitlist request form.
- You may add your name to waiting list for multiple courses
- The Office of Records and Registration will contact students when seats becomes available
REGISTRATION HELP if you need assistance contact the SSW Office of Records and Registration at 410-706-6102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SURFS HELP if you experience difficulty logging in to SURFS, contact CITS Help Desk at 410-706-4357 or email@example.com. Be sure to include your student ID, name, date of birth, and a brief description of the problem.