B.A. in Psyc. (CSW) M.A. in Social Work (NYU)
|This program, leading to a master’s degree in Social Work, allows students to complete the typical B.A./M.A. course sequence in five years, rather than the usual six years of full-time study.|
|General Education Requirements||(53 credits)|
College Competencies (24 credits)
ENWR1101 Academic Writing
Liberal Arts Distribution (21 credits)
University Requirements (8 credits)
|Major Requirements||(33 credits)|
Required Major Courses (24 credits)
PSYC4501 Advanced Senior Seminar
Major Elective Courses (15 credits)
|Free Electives||(6 credits)|
|NYU Graduate Courses||(65 credits)|
MSWPF-GS.2001 Social Work Practice I (4) _8__
MSWPF-GS.2003 Social Welfare Programs & Policies I (3) _8__
MSWPF-GS.2006 Human Behvr in the Socl Envrnmnt I (3) _8__
MSWPF-GS.2010 Diversity, Racism, Opprssn, & Privlg (3) _8__
MSWEL-GS_____ Elective (3) _8__
MSWPF-GS.2014 Clinical Practice w/Groups (3) _S1_
MSWPF-GS.2009 Social Work Research I (3) _S1_
MSWPF-GS.2002 Social Work Practice II (3) _S1_
MSWDF-GS.2200 Field Instruction II (4) _S1_
MSWPF-GS.2007 Human Behvr in the Socl Envrnmnt II (3) _S1_
MSWAC-GS.2008 Social Work Research II (3) _9__
MSWAC-GS.2002 Social Work Practice III (3) _9__
MSWAC-GS.2300 Field Instruction III (4) _9__
MSWAC-GS.2001 Human Behvr in the Socl Envrnmnt III (3) _9__
MSWEL-GS _____ Elective (3) _9__
MSWAC-GS.2009 Social Work Practice IV (3) _10_
MSWAC-GS.2010 Advanced Social Policy (3) _10_
MSWPF-GS.2400 Field Instruction IV (4) _10_
MSWEL-GS _____ Elective (3) _10_
MSWEL-GS _____ Elective (3) _10_
MSWEL-GS _____ Elective (1) _10_
Note: First 13 credits of NYU graduate courses (Semester 8) fulfill 13 FDU undergraduate credits as well, for completion of degree requirements for the BA. The final 52 credits will be assigned by NYU
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: This requirement consists of six credits in English Composition (ENWR1101 and ENWR1102) and six credits of writing intensive courses within the major.
SPEECH/PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION: Requirements consist of a three-credit course that is substantially concerned with public speaking and oral presentations, typically a course in SPCH.
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS: Accuplacer will place students in the appropriate class level. Students will take MATH 1101, 1105, 1107, or 1201 to satisfy this requirement; upper level MATH-prefix courses may be substituted with prior approval from Gildart Haase School of Computer Sciences & Engineering.
MATH, TECHNOLOGY or STATISTICS: Psychology majors will take PSYC2201 Statistics.
ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS: Requirements consist of a three-credit course that is substantially concerned with ethical theories and questions. Choose course from PHIL, RELI, a course that has “ethics” in its title, or a course designated as meeting the requirement within a major program.
SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS: Requirements consist of a minimum of six credits of laboratory science from BIOL, CHEM, ENVR, MBIO, or PHYS.
LANGUAGE: If a student is beginning a new language, Elementary II (1102) is required to fulfill the 3 credit language requirement. If the student is taking a language previously studied, successful completion of Intermediate I (2103) fulfills the requirement. The student taking a previously studied language must take the placement test. If the placement score is above the Intermediate I level, the student is excused from the language requirement and will need to replace those 3 language credits with a free elective.
ARTS AND CULTURE: Take six credits of coursework in DAN, MUSIC, THEA, LANG, or any advisor approved Foreign Language, or ART1141, ART1142, ART1144, ART1151, ART1153, ART1157, ART1158, ART1159, ART1161, ART1167, ART1169, ART1181, ART1187, ART1189, ART1832, ART1841, COMM2104, COMM2210, COMM2415, COMM2103, COMM2743, COMM2745, or EPS 1201.
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: Take six credits of coursework in COMM, CRIM, POLS, or SOCI. For Psychology majors, three credits will be satisfied by the required major course PSYC2204 Child Development.
HUMANITIES: Take six credits of any course that has the prefix ENGL, HIST, HUMN, LANG, PHIL, or RELI, or the following ART courses: ART1103, 1107, 1108, 1120, 1131, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1137, 2137, and 2238. Courses may be within the same discipline or different disciplines, but either way at least one course must be at the 2000 level or above.