Case Western Reserve University

The curriculum is divided into two levels: foundation and advanced. The foundation curriculum (27 credit hours) includes the knowledge, values, processes, and skills essential for the general practice of social work. It consists of general courses in social work methods, human development theory, social policy, research methods, and an introductory semester of field education. The advanced curriculum (33 credit hours) builds on the professional foundation and provides for advanced knowledge and practice skills in the concentration selected by the student. Concentrations include the following: aging; alcohol and other drug abuse; children, youth and families; health; mental health; and community development. School social work is available as a special emphasis.

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Contact Information

Kathleen J. Farkas, Associate Professor
Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
11235 Bellflower Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Last Updated: 04/14/2016