Courses are drawn from the Social Work and Anthropology programs, with the addition of a capstone course. 

The courses required depend on whether a student already has a Master of Social Work or not.

STUDENTS WITH A MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
 

Social Work – Research/Theory
SW 9100 – Social Statistics & Data Analysis
SW 9210 – Theories for Practice & Research with Individuals
SW 9220 - Theories for Social Work Research & Practice with Families/Groups  
SW 9230 – Theories for Practice & Research with Communities/Organizations
SW 9300 - Applied Regression and Linear Models
SW 9410 - Quantitative Research in Social Work

SWAN - Theory
SW 9697 - Integrative Seminar in Social Work and Anthropology

Anthropology – Research/Theory
ANT 5060 - Urban Anthropology
ANT 5140 - Biology and Culture
ANT 5320 - Language and Society     
ANT 5700 – Applied Anthropology
ANT 7010 – Anthropological Theory I
ANT 7020 – Anthropological Theory II

ANT 7200 – Qualitative Research I
ANT 7210 – Qualitative Research II
ANT 7780 - Conceptualizing the Dissertation

2 ANT electives in student's research area

PEOPLE WITHOUT A MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
 

Social Work - Practice/Policy Courses
(Foundation)

SW 7771 - Field Work Seminar I/II
SW 7040 - Methods of SW Practice
SW 7998 - Concentration Field Work 1 - 4
SW 7055 - Foundations Group Theory & Practice
SW 7065 - Foundations Macro Theory & Practice
SW 7720 - Introduction to Social Welfare Policy in the United States
 

Social Work - Practice Courses
(Community Concentration)

SW 8048 Social Action Research and Evaluation

SW 8053 Techniques of Quantitative Data Analysis

SW 8045 Techniques of Data interpretation and Presentation
SW 8025 - Community Assessment
SW 8055 - Social Action Research and Evaluation
SW 8881 - Field Work Seminar III/IV
SW 8075 Community Building/Development

Social Work - Research/Theory
SW 9100 - Social Statistics & Data Analysis
SW 9210 - Theories for Practice & Research with Individuals
SW 9220 - Theories for Social Work Research & Practice with Families/Groups
SW 9230 - Theories for Practice & Research with Communities/Organizations
SW 9300 - Applied Regression and Linear Models
SW 9410 - Quantitative Research in Social Work

Anthropology - Research/Theory

All Anthropology requirements listed on the left are also required for those students who lack a Masters in Social Work

SWAN - Theory
Integrative Seminar in Social Work and Anthropology
 

 SWAN capstone course          Cr. 3

The capstone course focuses interdisciplinary theory and research and the attendant challenges in implementing these goals, competing successfully for funding, and publishing findings emerging from interdisciplinary research. The course will feature extensive reading in the interdisciplinary theory and epistemology, guest lecturers by faculty currently conducting inter-disciplinary research, and attention to the process and substance of individual student interdisciplinary research projects intended for the dissertation.

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