CSCU Pathway Transfer A. A. Degree: Social Work Studies Addendum and Justification for Designated General Education Courses. Draft October 16, 2015

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1 1 CSCU Pathway Transfer A. A. Degree: Social Work Studies Addendum and Justification for Designated General Education Courses Draft October 16, 2015 The Social Work Studies Transfer Pathway provides a common pathway for students graduating with an A. A. degree from the Connecticut Community Colleges and transferring to one of the CSUs. (Charter Oak does not offer a degree in Social Work.) The Social Work Studies pathway is not a straight road. First of all, Human Services and Social Work are, in many ways, very different fields. They have different histories and different purposes. The pathway work group had to balance these two divergent histories and purposes. Secondly, the pathway has to weave together one program oriented toward a 60-credit career degrees in Human Services with another program aiming at a 120-credit degree in Social Work. Part of the challenge has been to develop a pathway that serves the needs of students (1) who know they want to transfer into a Social Work program, (2) who are uncertain whether they want an Associate's career HSE degree or a Baccalaureate Social Work degree, () who begin working on the career degree and realize they want to continue with a Social Work degree, OR (4) who complete a transfer degree but realize they need HSE certification in order to work instead of/in addition to continuing their education. The proposed pathway works well for that first category of students, those knowing they want to transfer. For the other students, good, informed advising can help students develop a program of study (particular to each community college campus) that allows the student to hold off making the degree decision until the last moment. That is, it is possible for students to select credits worth of classes that fulfill both the HSE Associate degree and TAP Pathway Social Work Studies degree. The TAP comanagers have been working with the pathway representatives from each of the community colleges to see if this is possible on their campus. Please note. In the proposed Social Work Studies Pathway, line 25 provides a working list of HSE and HSE-related courses from which a student can choose. Including these courses in the pathway ensures the HSE programs remain viable and provides students the needed flexibility enumerated above. The pathway is still waiting on contributions from some campuses. Once those have been received, they will be transferred to the corresponding lines on Templates 1 and 2. The TAP Social Work workgroup recommends that 4 specific general education courses be designated in the Framework 0. These designated courses are important to the success of our students transferring seamlessly and completing the A. A./B. A./B.S.W. degrees in a timely manner.

2 2 ENG 101 Composition: This course is a standard required course for students to complete their Written Competencies in the Framework 0 as well as possible additional general education courses. It is recommended as the Written Communications I course. MAT 165/MAT 167/MAT 168/MAT 201 Principles of Statistics: This course is required by all CSU Social Work programs and is a prerequisite for the research and methods courses. Because the Framework0 requires only one Quantitative Reasoning course, designating this competency prevents students from needing to take an additional Mathematics courses before beginning their upper-division work at the CSUs. BIO 115 Human Biology: A lab science course is required by all CSU Social Work programs. Because CCSU specifies a Biology courses, and ECSU specifies Human Biology, designating BIO 115 allows students to begin upper-division work at all CSUs. SOC 101 Principles of Sociology: This course is required in the Social Work major at CCSU, ECSU, and WCSU; it fulfills a Cognate requirement at SCSU. By designating it in the Framework, students can complete the pathway and then a baccalaureate in 120 credits.

3 1 PROPOSED PATHWAY CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Social Work Studies 1 FRAMEWORK0 2 Section A: Common Designated Competencies Written Communication I ENG 101 Composition credits 4 Written Communication II General Education credits Elective 5 Scientific Reasoning General Education credits Elective 6 Scientific Knowledge & Understanding BIO 115 Human Biology (ACC, CCC, GCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) 4 credits BIO L The Human Body with lab (NCCC) 7 Quantitative Reasoning MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [For students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] 8 Historical Knowledge & Understanding General Education Elective 9 Social Phenomena SOC 101 Principles of Sociology credits 4 credits credits credits

4 2 10 Aesthetic Dimensions General Education credits Elective 11 Section B: Campus Designated Competencies 12 Competency 1 General Education credits Elective 1 Competency 2 General Education credits Elective 14 Framework0 Total 1 credits 15 PATHWAY0 16 Additional General Education Courses 17 General Education Elective 1 credits 18 General Education Elective 2 credits 19 Major Program Requirements credits 20 HSE 101 (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) Introduction to Human Services SOC 25 (CCC) Introduction to Social Welfare 21 POL 111 American Government credits 22 PSY 111 General Psychology I credits 2 SOC 10 (GCC, MxCC, TRCC, TxCC) Social Problems credits SOC 201 (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NVCC, NCCC, QVCC) 24 ANT 105 (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, NCC, QVCC, TRCC) ANT 205 (MxCC, NVCC, TxCC) 25 Choose 1 or 2 courses from this list: HSE 141 Addictions and Mental Illness in Behavioral Healthcare (QVCC) HSE 147 Change Theory & Strategies in Behavioral Health (HCC, QVCC) HSE 201 Methods of Interviewing and Communication (NCC) HSE 202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing (HCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCCC) HSE 210 Group and Interpersonal Relations (TRCC) HSE 21 Conflict Resolution (QVCC) HSE 26 Legal Issues in Human Services (ACC, TxCC) HSE 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations (ACC, TRCC) HSE 24 Human Services Skills and Methods (ACC, CCC, HCC, TxCC) HSE 251 Work with Individuals and Families (TRCC) HSE 247 Supervisor's Seminar (GCC) HSE 271 Field Work Seminar (GCC) Contemporary Social Issues Cultural Anthropology credits -6 credits

5 HSE 281 Field Work I (ACC, GCC, MCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC) HSE 288 Developmental Practicum (MxCC) HSE 289 Psychiatric Practicum (MxCC) HSE 292 Human Services Internship II (HCC, QVCC) POL 122 Politics of Social Welfare (NCCC) PSY 212 Health Psychology (ACC) PSY 245 Abnormal Psychology (GCC) SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) SOC 220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity (NCC) SOC 225 Death and Dying (NCC) SOC 285 Community Organization (CCC) 26 Unrestricted Electives -6 credits 27 Students should consider beginning or completing work on foreign language requirements not already met in high school and beginning work on minor requirements of some CSUs. They may also complete other General Education requirements for CCSU, WCSU, SCSU, and CO but NOT ECSU. 28 Pathway0 Total 0 credits 29 Social Work Pathway Total 61 credits

6 4 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Central Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Social Work B.A. For admission to CCSU s Social Work program: (1) Minimum overall GPA of 2.7, which includes both CCSU grades and grades for courses taken at other institutions. (2) Minimum overall GPA of 2.70 for the following introductory Social Work courses and related requirements (Porgram GPA): Community College SOC 10/201, HSE 101/SOC 25, SOC 101, BIO 115, POL 111, and MAT 167/MAT 201/MAT 165/MAT 168; and CCSU SW 225, SW 227, SOC 2, and ECON 200. Each of these courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C+. () A minimum score of 2 (emerging) on the Poetential for Professional Competence for Generalist Social Work Practice Scale in each of the following CSWE (2015) competencies: 1.1, 1., 2.1. (4) A minimum score of or higher in every category of the Volunteer Experience Evaluation for HSE 101/SOC 25, SW 227, HSE 101/SOC 25, and SW 227. The Transfer Student Reference Form may be substituted for field experiences from other colleges. Applications to the Social Work Program are accepted three times a year with deadlines of August 1 st, October 1 st, and March 1 st. Student must submit an admission portfolio electronically to Taskstream. Pre-major students are required to submit electronic evidences at various points in their training. Therefore, a Taskstream account is required for pre-major students. It is the responsibility of the student to purchase a Taskstream subscription and to have that subscription activated during any semester in which the submission of electronic evidence is required. The Taskstream subscription rate will be provided once students transfer and are accepted to CCSU. Students must attend the application and admission to the social work major orientation to meet with social work faculty. The ideal time to apply to the Program is when the applicant is enrolled in SW 227 at CCSU. For TAP Transfer Students, this should be in the first semester at CCSU. (These admissions requirements are provisional as of 1 May 2016; they should be approved and ratified during the Fall 2016 term for students applying after October 1, 2016.) 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framework0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 English Written II Gen Ed Skill Area I Communication 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed Study Area IV Natural Sciences 10 Scientific Knowledge BIO 115 Human Biology (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) 4 BIO lab Introductory Biology 4 BIO L The Human Body with lab (NCCC)

7 5 11 Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) STAT 215 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences I MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) 4 [For students who complete a 4- credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] 12 Historical Knowledge Gen Ed Study Area II History 1 Social Phenomena SOC 101 Principles SOC 110 Introductory Sociology of Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions Gen Ed Study Area I Arts and Humanities 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Skill Area IV University Requirement 17 Competency: Gen Ed Study Area III Behavioral Sciences 18 Framework0 Credits (0-1): 1 19 Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses

8 6 21 General Education Elective 1 Study Area II Social Sciences 22 General Education Elective 2 Study Area I Arts and Humanities 2 Study Area I Literature 24 Can be fulfilled in Pathway0 with these courses from line 20: SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) Study Area III SOC 2 The Family 25 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci 26 Skill Area III Foreign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same foreign language in high school or the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 6 27 General Education Credits: Major Program Courses 101 HSE 101 Introduction to Human Services (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) SW 226 Social Welfare Policy and Services I SOC 25 Introduction to Social Welfare (CCC) 102 POL 111 American Government PS 110 American Government & Politics 10 SOC 10 Social Problems (GCC, MxCC, SOC 111 Social Problems TRCC, TxCC) SOC 201 Contemporary Social Issues (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NVCC, NCCC, QVCC) 104 ECON 200 Macroeconomics 105 SW 225 Writing for the Social Work Profession 106 *SW 227 Human Behavior & Social Environments I 107 *SW 60 General Social Work Practicum w/individuals & Families 108 *SW 61 General Social Work Practicum w/small Groups 109 *SW 62 General Social Work Practicum w/organizations and Communities 110 SW 68 Human Behavior and Social Environments II

9 7 111 SW 74 Introduction to Social Work Research 112 SW 426 Social Welfare Policy & Services II 11 SW 450 Field Education Experience I 114 SW 451 Field Education Seminar I 115 SW 452 Field Education Experience II 116 SW 45 Field Education Seminar II 117 SW 400-level electives (2) Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 PSY 111 General Psychology I PSY 112 Introduction to Psychology 202 ANT 105 Cultural Anthropology (CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, NCC, QVCC, TRCC) ANT 205 Cultural Anthropology (MxCC, NVCC, TxCC) 20 Choose 1 or 2 courses from this list: HSE 141 Addictions and Mental Illness in Behavioral Healthcare (QVCC) HSE 147 Change Theory & Strategies in Behavioral Health (HCC, QVCC) HSE 201 Methods of Interviewing and Communication (NCC) HSE 202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing (HCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCCC) HSE 210 Group and Interpersonal Relations (TRCC) HSE 21 Conflict Resolution (QVCC) HSE 26 Legal Issues in Human Services (ACC, TxCC) HSE 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations (ACC, TRCC) HSE 24 Human Services Skills and Methods (ACC, CCC, HCC, TxCC) HSE 251 Work with Individuals and Families (TRCC) HSE 247 Supervisor's Seminar (GCC) HSE 271 Field Work Seminar (GCC) HSE 281 Field Work I (ACC, GCC, MCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC) HSE 288 Developmental Practicum (MxCC) HSE 289 Psychiatric Practicum (MxCC) ANTH 1xx -6 SW 1xx or SOC 1xx Electives -6

10 8 HSE 292 Human Services Internship II (HCC, QVCC) POL 122 Politics of Social Welfare (NCCC) PSY 212 Health Psychology (ACC) PSY 245 Abnormal Psychology (GCC) SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) SOC 220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity (NCC) SOC 225 Death and Dying (NCC) SOC 285 Community Organization (CCC) 204 Students who have fulfilled the foreign language requirement in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill foreign language and minor requirements will end up with more open elective credits at the CCSU. 205 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College 61 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree 121

11 9 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Eastern Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Social Work B.A. Admission to the Social Work Program is competitive and is not guaranteed by admission to Eastern Connecticut State University. Applications for the social work major are due on January 1 each year for students expecting to graduate in May, two years following application. Applications received after that date are reviewed as space is available in the junior class. The online application must be completed in one session (you cannot log out of your computer, save your work, or return to a survey that has been submitted). The application is linked to: You should prepare the following documents to be uploaded with your application: (1) Application Essay (2) Resume (optional) () Supplemental information regarding community standards (if relevant) (4) Transcripts from all higher education institutions attended (see instructions) (5) Professional Reference 1 Community Colleges*: ECSU 2 Credits Credits Framework0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 T1 College Writing, Literature and Thought 8 Written II Gen Ed T1 College Writing, Literature and Thought 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed T1 Natural Sciences 10 Scientific Knowledge BIO 115 Human Biology (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) 4 BIO 202 Human Biology 4 BIO L The Human Body with lab (NCCC) 11 Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis

12 10 MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) 4 [For students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] 12 Historical Knowledge Gen Ed T1 Historical Perspectives 1 Social Knowledge SOC 101 Principles SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology of Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions Gen Ed Arts in Context 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed FYI Competency: Gen Ed Health and Wellness 18 Framework0 Credits (0-1): Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education Elective 1 Individuals and Societies 22 General Education Elective 2 Creative Expressions 2 Cultural Perspectives 24 Applied Information Technologies SWK Research for Social Work II 25 Tier Capstone (Must be taken at ECSU) SWK 475 SW Senior Seminar 26 Students should consider completing foreign language requirements Foreign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same foreign language in high school or the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 27 General Education Credits:

13 Major Program Courses 101 HSE 101 Introduction to Human Services (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) SW 200 Introduction to Social Work SOC 25 Introduction to Social Welfare (CCC) 102 POL 111 American Government PSC 110 American Gov't & Politics 10 PSY 111 General Psychology I PSY 100 General Psychology 104 ANT 105 Cultural Anthropology (ACC, ANTH 10 Cultural Anthropology CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, NCC, QVCC, TRCC) ANT 205 Cultural Anthropology (MxCC, NVCC, TxCC) 105 SWK 11 Social Env & Human Behvr 106 SWK 00 Gen Pract with Comm & Orgs 107 SWK 0 Research for Social Work 108 SWK 12 Human Behvr & Social Env 109 SWK 25 Social Welfare Policy 110 SWK 50 SW Internship & Sem I SWK 450 SW Internship & Sem II 112 SWK 20 Gen Pract with Inds & Fams 11 SWK 420 Gen Practice with Grps & Org Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 SOC 10 Social Problems (GCC, MxCC, TRCC, TxCC) SOC 110 SOC 201 Contemporary Social Issues (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NVCC, NCCC, QVCC) 202 Choose 1 or 2 courses from this list: HSE 141 Addictions and Mental Illness in Behavioral Healthcare (QVCC) HSE 147 Change Theory & Strategies in Behavioral Health (HCC, QVCC) HSE 201 Methods of Interviewing and Communication (NCC) -6 SW 1xx Electives -6

14 12 HSE 202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing (HCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCCC) HSE 210 Group and Interpersonal Relations (TRCC) HSE 21 Conflict Resolution (QVCC) HSE 26 Legal Issues in Human Services (ACC, TxCC) HSE 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations (ACC, TRCC) HSE 24 Human Services Skills and Methods (ACC, CCC, HCC, TxCC) HSE 251 Work with Individuals and Families (TRCC) HSE 247 Supervisor's Seminar (GCC) HSE 271 Field Work Seminar (GCC) HSE 281 Field Work I (ACC, GCC, MCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC) HSE 288 Developmental Practicum (MxCC) HSE 289 Psychiatric Practicum (MxCC) HSE 292 Human Services Internship II (HCC, QVCC) POL 122 Politics of Social Welfare (NCCC) PSY 212 Health Psychology (ACC) PSY 245 Abnormal Psychology (GCC) SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) SOC 220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity (NCC) SOC 225 Death and Dying (NCC) SOC 285 Community Organization (CCC) 20 Free unrestricted electives Students who have fulfilled the foreign language requirement in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at the ECSU. 205 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College 61-2 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree 121

15 1 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Southern Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Social Work B.S.W. TAP transfer students are required to pass two W-courses. Prerequisites with TAP degree: GPA of 2.5 or above, minimum grade of B in HSE 101/SOC 25. Students interested in majoring in social work must complete a two-step admission process. Initially, students must be accepted into the University by the Admissions Office. Then, application is made for admission to the Bachelor's of Social Work Program in the spring semester prior to the fall semester in which students anticipate enrolling in 00-level social work courses. Applications are available on the Department of Social Work website. The Department of Social Work priority admissions deadline is March 1. The final application deadline each year is June 1. Students who plan to apply to both SCSU and the BSW Program for a Fall semester date may need to complete both admission processes simultaneously. For optimal consideration for acceptance into the program, you must express your intent to apply prior to the March 1 priority admissions deadline by ing the BSW Coordinator. 1 Community Colleges*: SCSU 2 Credits Credit s Framework0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency : 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 INQ Written II Gen Ed Written Communication Gen Ed Natural World I Physical Realm 9 Scientific Reasoning 10 Scientific Knowledge BIO 115 Human Biology (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) 4 Natural World II Life and Environment, BIO 110/111 4 BIO L The Human Body with lab (NCCC) 11 Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 107 Elementary Statistics

16 14 12 Historical Knowledge MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) 1 Social Knowledge HSE 101 Introduction to Human Services (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) [For students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed Time and Place SOC 25 Introduction to Social Welfare (CCC) SWK 200 Social Welfare & Social Services in America

17 15 14 Aesthetic Dimensions Gen Ed Cultural Expressions 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Critical Thinking 17 Competency: Gen Ed Tech Fluency 18 Framework0 Credits (0-1): 1 19 Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education Elective 1 Global Awareness 22 General Education Elective 2 Creative Drive 2 POL 111 American Government 24 PSY 111 General Psychology I American Experience, PSC 260 American Government Mind and Body: PSY 100 Intro to Psychology 25 Multilingual Communication level (Can be met by completing the third level of a foreign language or demonstrating knowledge via a STAMP test (Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency) or an equivalent. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 26 Must be taken at SCSU: 27 Tier Connections Capstone 28 General Education Credits: Major Program Courses SWK 20 Human Behvr & Social Env I SWK 0 Social Welfare Inst & Policies I SWK 76 Methods of Intervention I SWK 21 Human Behvr & Social Env II SWK 80/81/82 SWK 90 SW Interviewing Skills SWK 50 Social Work Research Methods SWK 77 Methods of Intervention II SWK 490 Field Practice Seminar I 6 SWK 78 Methods of Intervention III SWK 40 Social Welfare Inst & Pols II SWK 491 Field Practice Seminar II 6 Cognates (For more information on cognates, see programs-and-degrees/social-work-bs.html ) 9

18 SOC 101 Principles of Sociology #1 SOC 100 SOC 10 Social Problems (GCC, MxCC, TRCC, TxCC) #2 SOC 2xx 11 6 SOC 201 Contemporary Social Issues (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NVCC, NCCC, QVCC) ANT 105 Cultural Anthropology (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, NCC, QVCC, TRCC) # ANTH 1xx ANT 205 Cultural Anthropology (MxCC, NVCC, TxCC) PSY 212 Health Psychology (ACC) PSY 245 Abnormal Psychology (GWW) SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) SOC 285 Community Organization (CCC) SOC 220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity (NCC) SOC 225 Death and Dying (NCC) [Taken from line 202] 0- #4 #5 #6 Program Course Credits: 9 60 Choose 1 or 2 courses from this list: HSE 141 Addictions and Mental Illness in Behavioral Healthcare (QVCC) HSE 147 Change Theory & Strategies in Behavioral Health (HCC, QVCC) HSE 201 Methods of Interviewing and Communication (NCC) HSE 202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing (HCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCCC) Open Electives -6 SWK 1xx Electives -6

19 17 HSE 210 Group and Interpersonal Relations HSE 21 Conflict Resolution (QVCC) HSE 26 Legal Issues in Human Services (ACC, TxCC) HSE 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations (ACC) HSE 24 Human Services Skills and Methods (CCC, HCC, TxCC) HSE 247 Supervisor's Seminar (GCC) HSE 251 Field Work Seminar (GCC) HSE 271 Field Work Seminar (GCC) HSE 281 Field Work I (ACC, GCC, MCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC) HSE 288 Developmental Practicum (MxCC) HSE 289 Psychiatric Practicum (MxCC) HSE 292 Human Services Internship II (HCC, QVCC) POL 122 Politics of Social Welfare (NCCC) Free unrestricted electives -6-6 Students who have fulfilled foreign language requirements in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at SCSU. Open Elective credits: 9 9 Total Credits at the Community College 61 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree 121-4

20 18 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Western Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Social Work B.A. Social work majors must earn at least a C+ in all designated major courses to have the course credit apply to the degree program. Students must apply for junior and senior program status following a group advisement session (for potential Juniors in late fall preceding the registration period for spring semester; for potential Seniors in spring semester of the junior year). Transfer students are required to interview with the department chair to arrange for meeting the above criteria. The Junior standing class is limited to 45 Social Work majors. In the event that applications that meet minimum requirements exceed 45 majors, the 45 students with the top GPAs in Social Work Major Requirements will be given first preference, with university GPA serving as Social Work GPA tiebreaker. 1 Community Colleges*: WCSU 2 Credits Credits Framework0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 Written Communication I 8 Written II Gen Ed Written Communication II 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed Scientific Inquiry I 4 10 Scientific Knowledge BIO 115 Human Biology (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) 4 Scientific Inquiry II BIO 12 Human Biology BIO L The Human Body with lab (NCCC) 11 Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 165 Elementary Quantitative Reasoning MAT 120 Elementary Statistics

21 19 Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [For students who complete a 4- credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] 12 Historical Knowledge Gen Ed Critical Thinking 1 Social Knowledge SOC 101 Principles of Sociology SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions Gen Ed Creative Process 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Oral Communication 17 Competency: Gen Ed General Education Elective 18 Framework0 Credits (0-1): 1 19 Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education Elective 1 Intercultural Competency 22 General Education Elective 2 General Education Elective 2 General Education Elective ECO 211 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECO 207 Contemporary Domestic Economic Issues 24 Health and Wellness HPX Students must complete a foreign language requirement. This may be done by completing a language at the elementary II level or above. Students who have completed three years of language in high

22 20 school with at least a C average have satisfied this requirement. 26 Must be taken at WCSU: 27 First Year Navigation 1-28 Written Communication III 0 embedded in a major course 29 Culminating Gen Ed Experience SW 2 50 Senior Integrative Seminar 0 General Education Credits: Major Program Courses 101 HSE 101 Introduction to Human Services (ACC, CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC, TxCC) SW 200 Introduction to SW SOC 25 Introduction to Social Welfare (CCC) 102 POL 111 American Government PS 102 American Government 10 PSY 111 General Psychology I PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology 104 ANT 105 Cultural Anthropology (ACC, ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural CCC, GCC, HCC, MCC, NCC, QVCC, Anthropology TRCC) ANT 205 Cultural Anthropology (MxCC, NVCC, TxCC) 105 PSY 210/202/211/215/ SW 210 Social Welfare as Amer Inst 107 SW 215 Human Behvr & Social Env 108 SW 220 Cultural Diversity 109 SW 00 SW Reearch 110 SW 06 Jr Field Practicum & Seminar 111 SW 09 SW Practice I 112 SW 10 SW Practice II 11 SW 11 SW Practice III 114 SW 15 Community Org Project I SW 16 Community Org Project II SW 20 SW Sr Field Practicum & 6 Sem 117 SW 21 SW Sr Field Practicum & SW 25 Sr Sem on Policy & Issues 119 Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 SOC 10 Social Problems (GCC, MxCC, TRCC, TxCC) Sem SOC 1xx

23 21 SOC 201 Contemporary Social Issues (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NVCC, NCCC, QVCC) 202 Choose 1 or 2 courses from this list: -6 REG 1xx -6 HSE 141 Addictions and Mental Illness in Behavioral Healthcare (QVCC) HSE 147 Change Theory & Strategies in Behavioral Health (HCC, QVCC) HSE 201 Methods of Interviewing and Communication (NCC) HSE 202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing (HCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCCC) HSE 210 Group and Interpersonal Relations (TRCC) HSE 21 Conflict Resolution (QVCC) HSE 26 Legal Issues in Human Services (ACC, TxCC) HSE 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations (ACC, TRCC) HSE 24 Human Services Skills and Methods (ACC, CCC, HCC, TxCC) HSE 251 Work with Individuals and Families (TRCC) HSE 247 Supervisor's Seminar (GCC) HSE 271 Field Work Seminar (GCC) HSE 281 Field Work I (ACC, GCC, MCC, NVCC, NCC, NCCC, QVCC, TRCC) HSE 288 Developmental Practicum (MxCC) HSE 289 Psychiatric Practicum (MxCC) HSE 292 Human Services Internship II (HCC, QVCC) POL 122 Politics of Social Welfare (NCCC) PSY 212 Health Psychology (ACC) PSY 245 Abnormal Psychology (GCC) SOC 104 Sociology of the Family (NCCC) SOC 220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity (NCC) SOC 225 Death and Dying (NCC) SOC 285 Community Organization (CCC) 20 Free Unrestricted Electives -6 Free Unrestricted Electives 7-12

24 Students who have fulfilled foreign language requirements in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at WCSU. 205 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College 61 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree 121

25 2 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Social Work B.A. 1 Central Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Study Area I Literature 5 Study Area III Behavioral Sciences, SOC 2 6 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci 7 Skill Area III Foreign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same foreign language in high school or the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 8 General Education Credits Remaining Major Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 ECON 200 Macroeconomics 10 SW 225 Writing for the Social Work Profession 104 *SW 227 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 105 *SW 60 Generalist Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families 106 *SW 61 Generalist Social Work Practice with Small Groups 107 *SW 62 Generalist Social Work Practice with Organizations and Communities 108 SW 68 Human Behavior and Social Environment II 109 SW 74 Introduction to Social Work Research 110 SW 426 Social Welfare Policy and Services II 111 SW 450 Field Education Experience I 112 SW 451 Field Education Seminar I 11 SW 452 Field Education Experience II 114 SW 45 Field Education Seminar II 115 SW 400-level electives (2) Program Course Credits Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits 0 20 Students who have fulfilled the foreign language requirement in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill foreign language and minor requirements will end up with more open elective credits at the CCSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree 60 6

26 24 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Social Work B.A. 1 Eastern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Cultural Perspectives 5 Applied Information Technologies, SWK 5 Social Work Senior Seminar 6 Foreign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same foreign language in high school or the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 7 Must be completed at ECSU: 8 Tier Capstone, SWK General Education Credits Remaining Major Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 SWK 11 Social Environment and Human Behavior 10 SWK 00 Generalist Practices with Communities and Organizations 104 SWK 0 Research for Social Work 105 SWK 12 Human Behavior and the Social Environment 106 SWK 25 Social Welfare Policy 107 SWK 50 Social Work Internship and Seminar I SWK 450 Social Work Internship and Seminar II 109 SWK 20 Generalist Practices with Individuals and Families 110 SWK 420 Generalist Practices with Groups and Organizations Program Course Credits Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits Students who have fulfilled foreign language requirements in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at ECSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree 60 6

27 25 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Social Work B.S. TAP transfer students are required to pass two W-courses. 1 Southern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Multilingual Communication Level (Can be met by completing the third level of a foreign language or demonstrating knowledge via a STAMP test (Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency) or an equivalent. Credits will adjust accordingly.) 6 Tier Connections Capstone course (must be taken at SCSU), PSY, SOC, or ANT 7 General Education Credits Remaining Major Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 SWK 20 Human Behavior and Social Environment I 10 SWK 0 Social Welfare Institutions and Policies I 104 SWK 76 Methods of Intervention I 105 SWK 21 Human Behavior and Social Environment II 106 SWK 80/81/ SWK 90 Social Work Interviewing Skills 108 SWK 50 Social Work Research methods 109 SWK 77 Methods of Intervention II 110 SWK 490 Field Practice Seminar I SWK 78 Methods of Intervention III 112 SWK 40 Social Welfare Institutions and Policies II 11 SWK 491 Field Practice Seminar II Cognates (For more information on cognates, see ) 115 #4 (if not completed in Pathway0) #5 117 #6 118 Program Course Credits Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Students who have fulfilled foreign language requirements in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at SCSU. 20 Open Elective credits Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree

28 26 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Social Work B.A. 1 Western Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Health and Wellness HPX General Ed Elective ECO 211 or ECO The following must be taken at WCSU: 7 First Year Navigation 8 Written Communication III embedded in a major course 0 9 Culminating Gen Ed Experience satisfied by a major capstone SW General Education Credits Remaining Major Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 PSY 210/202/211/215/ SW 210 Social Welfare as American Institution 104 SW 215 Human Behavior and Social Environment 105 SW 220 Cultural Diversity 106 SW 00 Social Work Research 107 SW 06 Jr Field Practicum and Seminar 108 SW 09 Social Work Practice I 109 SW 10 Social Work Practice II 110 SW 11 Social Work Practice III 111 SW 15 Community Organizing Project I SW 16 Community Organizing Project II 2 11 SW 20 Social Work Senior Field Practicum and Seminar SW 21 Social Work Senior Field Practicum and Seminar SW 25 Senior Seminar on Policy and Issues 116 Program Course Credits Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Students who have fulfilled foreign language requirements in high school or who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill the foreign language requirement will end up with more open elective credits at WCSU. 20 Open Elective credits Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree 60

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