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Course Code Course Title Program Location Number of Credit Hours Number of Students after VW
ARTS 1111 Introduction to University Aboriginal Focus Program/Faculty of Arts Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 23
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 99
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 26
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 16
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 108
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 103
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 54
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Online delivery Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 50
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 20
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 21
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 94
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 97
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 18
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 16
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 95
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 27
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 20
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 97
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 25
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 129
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 33
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Online Delivery 3 130
FMLY 1900 Family Housing and Community: An Introductive Perspective Aboriginal Focus Program / Family Social Science Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
FMLY 2012 Conflict, Development and Displacement Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
FMLY 2012 Conflict, Development and Displacement Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 23
FMLY 2012 Conflict, Development and Displacement Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 37
FMLY 2012 Conflict, Development and Displacement Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 14
FMLY 2012 Conflict, Development and Displacement Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 38
FMLY 2012 Conflict Development and Displacement Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 13
FMLY 2400 Family Financial Health Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 32
FMLY 2600 Foundation of Childhood Developmental Health Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences The Pas, Manitoba 3 22
FMLY 2600 Foundation of Childhood Developmental Health Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 54
FMLY 2900 Family Housing and Community: Development Perspective Aboriginal Focus Program / Family Social Science Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
FMLY 3240 Family in Later Years Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 50
FMLY 3800 Conflict Resolution in the Family Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
FMLY 4470 Family Dynamics and Human Development: Family Communication Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences The Pas, Manitoba 3 17
FMLY 4600 Risk and Resilience in Behavioural and Social Development Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences The Pas, Manitoba 3 17
FMLY 4800 Senior Seminar in Family Violence and Conflict Resolution Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
FMLY1020 Family Issues Across the Lifespan Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Human Ecology / Family Social Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 20
PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology Part A Faculty of Arts/Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Portage la Prairie. Manitoba 3 17
PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology Part B Faculty of Arts/Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Portage la Prairie. Manitoba 3 17
SLWK  3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Brandon, Manitoba 3 17
SLWK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 13
SOC 1200 Introduction to Sociology Part B Aboriginal Focus Programs/Faculty of Arts Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 26
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work / Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 35
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Brandon, Manitoba 3 25
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Social Work The Pas, Manitoba 3 21
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 38
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Dauphin, Manitoba 3 31
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analyses Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 46
SWRK 2050 Community and Organization Theory Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
SWRK 2050 Community and Organization Theory Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Dauphin, Manitoba 3 21
SWRK 2050 Community and Organization Theory Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 2050 Community and Organization Theory Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 12
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 13
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 16
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 10
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 25
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 13
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 17
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 14
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 4
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 18
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 21
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 18
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 14
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 15
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 18
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 19
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 16
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 19
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus/Summer Session Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 17
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Online Delivery 3 10
SWRK 2090 Human Behaviour and Social Environment Part A Faculty of Social Work / Northern Program Thompson, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 2090 Human Behaviour and Social Environment Part B Faculty of Social Work / Northern Program Thompson, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 2110 Emergence of Canadian Welfare State Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 27
SWRK 2111 Emergence of Canadian Welfare State Faculty of Social Work, Distance Program Portage La Prairie, Manitoba 3 21
SWRK 2111 Emergence of Canadian Welfare State Faculty of Social Work, Distance Program Dauphin, Manitoba 3 29
SWRK 2130 Comparative Social Welfare Systems Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 22
SWRK 3100 Systematic Inquiry in Social Work Aboriginal Focus Programs/Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Dauphin, Manitoba 3 12
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 12
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 22
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Brandon, Manitoba 3 16
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 15
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 22
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 13
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 46
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 16
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 7
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 9
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 16
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 27
SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 8
SWRK 3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Dauphin, Manitoba 3 13
SWRK 3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 11
SWRK 3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 18
SWRK 3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4050 Selected Topics in Social Work: Program Management and Evaluation Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Thompson, Manitoba 3 16
SWRK 4050 Selected Topics in Social Work: Program Management and Evaluation Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 13
SWRK 4050 Selected Topics in Social Work: Program Management and Evaluation Faculty of Social Work / Distance Program Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 14
SWRK 4050 Selected Topics in Social Work: Program Management and Evaluation Aboriginal Focus Program / Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 4070 Social Work Problem and Social Work Practice Seminar: Addictions Aboriginal Focus Programs/ Faculty of Social Work Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: International and Local Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: International and Local Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: Immigrants, Refugees and Visible Minorities Part A Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: Immigrants, Refugees and Visible Minorities Part B Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 11
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 11
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 19
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 17
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: Children and Families in Poverty Part A Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 20
SWRK 4200/4300 Field Focus: Children and Families in Poverty Part B Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 20
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 10
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part A Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 8
SWRK 4200/4300 Community Development Part B Faculty of Social Work, Inner City Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 8
SWRK 6040 Anti-oppressive social work practice Faculty of Social Work, Fort Garry Campus Winnipeg, Manitoba 3 9

Total number of credit hours:  405 Total number of students after VW date: 3336

University of Manitoba (non credit courses)

Basic Counselling Theories Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic Counselling Theories Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Program Split Lake, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Programs Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Programs Winnipeg, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Programs Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba
Basic University Skills Aboriginal Focus Program Winnipeg, Manitoba
Community Development Aboriginal Focus Programs Long Plains, Manitoba
Community Development Aboriginal Focus Programs Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba
Community Development Aboriginal Focus Programs Winnipeg, Manitoba
Community Development Aboriginal Focus Programs Garden Hill, Manitoba

University of Northern British Columbia

SOC 609 Quantitative Research Methods School of Social Work Online Delivery 3 13

Total number of credit hours: 3. Total number of students: 13.

Dalhousie University

Course Code Course Title Program Location Number of Credit Hours Number of Students
SLWK 2010 Community Social Work School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 54
SLWK 2010 Community Social Work School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 62
SLWK 2010 Community Social Work School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 52
SLWK 2111 Development of Canadian Social Work and Social Welfare Part A School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 73
SLWK 2111 Development of Canadian Social Work and Social Welfare Part B School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 73
SLWK 3012 Perspectives on Social Policy School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 43
SLWK 3012 Perspectives on Social Policy School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 39
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part A School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 41
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part B School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 41
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part A School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 40
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part B School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 40
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part A School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 44
SLWK 3030 Theoretical Perspectives and Social Work Practice Part B School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 44
SLWK 3120 International Social Work School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 39
SLWK 3120 International Social Work School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 25
SLWK 3220 Cross Cultural Issues and Social Work Practice School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 26
SLWK 6381 Social Policy Issues and Analyses School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 67
SLWK 6381 Social Policy Issues and Analyses School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 67
SLWK 6385 Community and Social Change Analyses School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Halifax, Nova Scotia 3 11
SLWK 6385 Community and Social Change Analyses School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 29
SLWK 6415 Master of Social Work Integrated Field Seminar School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 1.5 16
SLWK 6415 Master of Social Work Integrated Field Seminar School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 1.5 15
SLWK 6415 Master of Social Work Integrated Field Seminar School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 1.5 16
SLWK 6415 Master of Social Work Integrated Field Seminar School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 1.5 14

 

Dalhousie University (Independent Study Courses)

SLWK 5830 Independent Studies 1: Selected Issues in Japanese Child Welfare: Adoption School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 1
SLWK 5831 Independent Studies 2: Postpartum Maternal Resiliency School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 1
SLWK 5831 Independent Studies 2: Continuing Social Work Education in Canada School of Social Work/Faculty of Health Professions Online Delivery 3 1

 

Total number of credit hours: 75. Total number of students: 974.

 

 

Thompson Rivers University

Course Code Course Title Program Location Number of Credit Hours Number of Students
SOCW 2060 Introduction to Social Work Practice School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 31
SOCW 3000 Canadian Social Policy School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 28
SOCW 3000 Canadian Social Policy School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 33
SOCW 3000 Canadian Social Policy School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 29
SOCW 3000 Canadian Social Policy School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 30
SOCW 4020 Social Work Field Practice School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 6
SOCW 4020 Social Work Field Practice School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 5
SOCW 4020 Social Work Field Practice School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 5
SOCW 4800 International Social Work School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Kamloops, British Columbia 3 29

Thompson Rivers University (Independent Study Courses)

SOCW 4900 Directed Studies: Professional Resiliency in Social Work Practice School of Social Work and Human Services/Faculty of Education and Social Work Online Delivery 3 1

Total number of credit hours:  30 Total number of students: 197

Short Description of the Courses Taught

Instructor School of Social Work, Dalhousie University

SLWK 2010 Introduction to Community Social Work

Community Development within social work is the facilitation of meaningful change within communities to improve the quality of life for members of those communities. This course considers various conceptions of community, elements of change processes, and specific change strategies.

SLWK 3012 Perspectives on Social Welfare Policy

As an introduction to social policy analysis, this course surveys a variety of perspectives on social problems and social policy issues, with a focus on contemporary debates. The impact of policy on service users is a central theme of the course.

SLWK 3030 Theoretical Foundations of Social Work Practice

The central theme of this course is the integration of theory and practice, recognizing that theory guides practice and practice informs theory. The first term consists of the theoretical foundations of social work, understanding their relation to social work practice from social, political, economic and historical positions. The second term offers an in depth examination of the theoretical foundations of a variety of critical perspectives. Case applications are explored from a variety of practice situations and problem definitions.

SLWK 6385 Community and Social Change

There are tensions within the concept of community between marginalization and / or self-determination. Through case studies, the course explores these tensions as they occur in the field of community care, and expanding field of social work practice. The theoretical base for the course draws on a variety of perspectives such as communitarianism, eco-feminism, social ecology, managerialism, neo-liberalism, and new social movement theory.

SLWK 3220 Cross-Cultural Social Work Practice

This course provides an opportunity to critically examine theoretical frameworks for viewing marginalized racial, ethnic and cultural groups in society, to examine personal values as they relate to the above groups, to develop skills in working effectively with these groups, and to understand related social policies.

SLWK 2111 Development of Canadian Social Work and Social Welfare

This course is delivered online for campus students. This is an introductory survey course, offering a beginning examination of topics and issues that will be examined in greater depth in other courses during the BSW program. By reviewing the historical development of the politics, principles, policies, practices, values, and ethics of Canadian social work and social welfare students appreciate the contextual, complex, and sometimes contradictory nature of the social work profession.

SLWK 3120 International Social Work

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the various “worlds” of social work practice throughout the globe. Students are provided with theoretical and practice grounding regarding development issues and social welfare systems within a global context.

SLWK 6381 Social Policy Issues and Analysis for Practice 

This course provides students with theoretical interpretations of the current and projected status of the welfare state in advanced industrial societies, consideration of the economic political, social and demographic factors that lead to change in social policy and their implications for social work practice.

SLWK 5830 Independent Study

This option is available to students with a specific area of interest. A student may develop an Independent Study with a faculty supervisor on the subject of research interest to both.  It is essential that the student follow the School’s Independent Study Guidelines.  The proposal must be approved by the Graduate Coordinator.

SLWK 5831 Independent Study

This course is available to masters of social work students with a special area of interest. A student may develop an Independent Study with an available faculty supervisor on a subject of interest to both. The student must follow the school’s Independent Study Guidelines. The independent study proposal must be approved by the Graduate Coordinator.
FORMAT COMMENTS: Independent readings and agreed upon meetings with professor

SLWK 6415 Social Work Field Work Class

The field education course provides students with opportunities to integrate learning and practice through a supervised social work experience related to specified learning goals. The course comprises 450 hours of supervised social work practice in an approved agency and a concurrent Faculty facilitated seminar of approximately 30 hours. The placement site is determined through consultation and agreement among the student, the Field Education Coordinator or designate and agency. Please refer to the MSW Field Education manual for full details related to and required for the Field education course

Lecturer / Instructor II Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba

SWRK 1310 – Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis

Examination of social welfare policy as the end product of ideologies. Introduction of elements of ideology and the comparison of competing ideological systems. The relationship of economic, political and ethical views of society and their manifestations in societal responses to human need and social services.

SWRK 2050 – Community and Organizational Theory

Deals with concepts such as conflict and power which relate social work practice to the nature of secondary human relationships. These are applied to the dynamics within and between communities and organizations.

SWRK 2080 – Interpersonal Communication Skills

A basic core of interpersonal skills for communicating effectively and for establishing and maintaining relationships in one-to-one and group situations. Emphasis is on experiential learning using a variety of techniques.

SWRK 2090 – Human Behaviour and Social Work Practice

Students are introduced to a broad range of theories and will develop an understanding of how people and environments reciprocally affect each other. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding how gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic factors, age, ability, and sexual orientation contribute to and influence human behaviour throughout the lifespan.

SWRK 2110 – Emergence of the Canadian Social Welfare State

An examination of the emergence of the Canadian welfare state from its various colonial inheritances to the Canada Assistance Plan. Social, political, economic, religious, geographical, demographic and cataclysmic factors influencing the development of the welfare state are examined and analyzed.

SWRK 2130 – Comparative Social Welfare Systems

The welfare systems of three modern societies are examined and compared. Economic, political, social, religious, geographical, demographic and cataclysmic factors influencing the development of the various models of social provision are analyzed for their significance to the Canadian welfare system. Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131). Students may not hold credit for both SWRK 2130 (or 047.213) and the former 047.130.

SWRK 3100 – Systematic Inquiry in Social Work

Relates systematic methods of scientific inquiry to social work practice; theory building for practice; information collection; descriptive data for decision-making, understanding technical research material, introduction to issues of research design.

SWRK 3130 – Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare

An examination of social welfare in Canadian society, leading to an evaluation of present approaches in the light of changing economic and social conditions and changing needs.

SWRK 3140 – Introduction to Social Work Practice

ntroduces students to ecological and other generalist based practice frameworks and the role of professional social workers. Course emphasizes values and knowledge in context of a rational approach to problem solving which includes problem definition, assessment, contracting, intervention and evaluation.

SWRK 4050 – Selected Topics in Social Work (Program Management and Evaluation)

Directed readings or concentrated study in some aspect of social service which is of interest to the student.

SWRK 4070 – Social Problem and Social Work Practice Seminar (Addictions)

In-depth study of the problem area, exploration of the ways other disciplines relate to the problem, and strengthening of interventive abilities of the student.

SWRK 4200/4300 – Field Focus of Social Work Practice (Community Development and the Process of Change; International and Local Community Development; Immigrants, Refugees and Visible Minorities; Children and Families in Poverty)

A seminar for the critical examination of social work theory, values, policy and skills in the context of a field or focus of practice. The course integrates policy with practice at micro, meso and macro levels.

SWRK 6040 – Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice

An overview of Anti-Oppressive social work practice. Focuses on application of this approach to a wide variety of service participants and the connections between policy and practice. Implications for the profession are explored.

 

Lecturer / Instructor II Faculty of Human Ecology/ Family Social Sciences

FMLY 1012 – Introduction to Social Development

This course is an introduction to Social Development with a particular emphasis on families and communities. Social development is concerned with the advancement of the common good, the effective management of social problems, the meeting of human needs, and the equitable distribution of society’s resources. As such, this course explores the social factors and conditions that promote or hinder social development and how this affects the well-being of individual, families, and communities in contemporary societies.

FMLY 1020 – Family Issues Across the Lifespan

Introduction to contemporary issues involving families across the lifespan. Topics include mate selection, marriage, parenthood, divorce, lone-parent families, work-family balance, family violence, families and older persons, and poverty in families.

FMLY 1900 – Families, Housing and Community: An Introductory Perspective

An introduction to understanding housing and community for individuals and families; shelter outside mainstream; neighbourhoods and communities; links between well being and poverty, housing, and community; some policy and program issues; various approaches used in studying this topic. Opportunity for some field experience.

FMLY 2012 – Development, Conflict, and Displacement

The course is an introduction to development, conflict, and displacement as they affect individuals, families and communities. Specifically, this course examines the current phenomenon of induced displacement due to social conflicts, natural disasters, or uneven development in developing countries. Students will examine concepts and issues arising from induced displacement and explore community based responses to this problem.

FMLY 2600 – Foundations of Childhood Developmental Health

This course examines implications of theory and research in child development for promoting developmental health. Laboratory component focuses on working with children and evaluating effects of developmental progress.

FMLY 2900 – Families, Housing and Community: A Development Perspective

Focus is on developmental issues for individuals, families and communities. Of particular interest is the interrelationship between facilitating community development and the developmental well being of residents. Social, psychological, cultural and political components are considered.

FMLY 3800 – Family in Later Years

An investigation of family issues in the later years of life, such as housing, intergenerational relations, adjustment to retirement, sibling relations, grandparenting, death. Students may not hold credit for FMLY 3240 (062.324) and the former 062.321. Prerequisites: [FMLY 1010 (062.101) and FMLY 1020 (062.102)] or PSYC 1200 (017.120) or SOC 1200 (077.120).

FMLY 3800 – Conflict Resolution in the Family

Students will examine the nature and development of conflict in family relationships throughout the life span. Implications of conflict for the quality of family relationships and individual development will be addressed. Prerequisite: FMLY 2800 (062.280) and completion of 54 credit hours

FMLY 4470 – Selected Studies in the Family II (Family Communication)

The opportunity to carry out advanced study in the area of the family of particular interest to the student. When enrolment warrants, the department may offer selected topics in a regular course format.

FMLY 4600 – Risk and Resilience in Behavioural and Social Development

The development of behavioural and social difficulties are examined from a risk and resilience perspective. The interaction of factors at all levels of the human ecological system are considered in terms of their impact on increasing risk and/or building resilience in children and youth.

FMLY 4800 – Senior Seminar in Family Violence and Conflict Resolution

Advanced study in the areas of family violence and/or conflict resolution. Special emphasis is placed upon current research and/or practice.


 

Lecturer / Instructor II Faculty of Arts

SOC 1200 – Introduction to Sociology

A systematic introduction to the scientific perspective of sociology. The following areas will be treated: culture, socialization, groups, social stratification, associations, collective behaviour, and urban and political institutions.

ARTS 1110 – Introduction to University

A seminar course designed to help students make the transition from high school to university by imparting the knowledge, skills, and attitudes requisite for success in university study.

PSYC 1200 – Introduction to Psychology

Basic concepts and principles of individual behaviour are examined, particularly those of human development, normal and abnormal behaviour, social psychology, learning, perception, and psychological measurement.


 

Seminar Leader / Teaching (Lab) Assistant University of Manitoba

Basic University Skills

A seminar course designed to help students make the transition to university setting by imparting knowledge, skills, and aptitudes requisite for success in university study.

Basic Counselling Theories

This course is an introduction to the basic counselling theories. The focus of the course is the theoretical foundations of counselling and the processes involved in the practice of counselling. A critical examination of the various approaches to counselling should lead to an understanding of personal beliefs and approaches to counselling.

Counselling Skills for Nurses

Builds on the significance of interpersonal skills in nursing practice in health and illness. Examines theoretical basis and practical application of a counselling approach with clients.

Intermediate Russian

Grammar review, conversation, translation and reading of selected texts. Development of communication skills through practical exercises. Cultural content is introduced through use of audio-visual and internet materials.

Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Ukrainian

Basic grammar, conversation, composition and reading. Emphasis is placed on communication skills. Cultural content is introduced through a range of audio-visual materials. Grammar review, conversation, translation and reading of selected texts. Development of communication skills through practical exercises. Cultural content is introduced through audio-visual materials. Advanced composition, translation, readings and study of selected literary and other texts. Development of oral and comprehension skills through study of contemporary film, television and other audio-visual materials.

 

 

Assistant Professor Thompson Rivers University

SOCW 2060 Introduction to Social Work Practice

Students explore the history, philosophical foundation, and theoretical perspectives of the profession of social work, including a review of the relevant codes of ethics and practice standards that guide practitioners. This course provides an overview of the roles in which social workers become involved, for example, as advocates, policy analysts, administrators, activists, educators, counsellors, facilitators, mediators, organizers, and researchers. Social workers are committed to working for social justice; therefore, students examine the social structures that influence people’s lives and how various sources and forms of oppression and marginalization impact the lives of people in Canadian society. Prerequisite: 2nd year standing

SOCW 3000 Canadian Social Policy

This course explores the socio-historical, economic, ideological, and institutional contexts for the development of social policy in Canada. Students discuss the policy making process, as well as the role of social policy in processes of inclusion, exclusion, marginalization, and oppression. A critical analysis of selected social policies is emphasized. Prerequisite: SOCW 2060, SOCW 2120, admission to the Bachelor of Social Work program, or permission of the program coordinator Note: Students must maintain a minimum C grade

SOCW 4020 Social Work Field Practice

Students apply ethics, theory, and research to social work practice while developing professional practice skills. This course is completed at the end of the student’s studies in the Bachelor of Social Work degree program and develops analytic and practical abilities sufficient to begin professional practice. The practicum is a structured educational experience that includes specific learning objectives; professional supervision is provided in an evaluative, disciplined, and reflective manner. Through seminar discussions, students analyze inequality, injustice, and oppression in practice. This practicum is normally completed four days a week, includes a seminar, and is a total of 432 hours. Prerequisite: 4th-year standing, a minimum of 45 social work credits, SOCW 3040 or HUMS 1600, and HUMS 2600

SOCW 4800 International Social Work

Students are introduced to the field of international social work. Current global social welfare issues and challenges are critically explored and discussed, including global Indigenous issues and development approaches of different countries. Students complete an in-depth examination of the economic, political, social, and cultural dimensions of globalization. Implications for international social work and its social justice and anti-oppressive mandate are analyzed by addressing complex global issues such as disaster relief and humanitarian aid, human trafficking, and forced migration of people. The impact of political, social, economic, cultural, religious, and environmental influences on human rights, social and economic justice, social policies, and service delivery are explored. The role of social work in facilitating international social development is examined in local and global contexts. Prerequisite: SOCW 2060, SOCW 2120, admission to the Bachelor of Social Work program or permission of the program coordinator

SOCW 4900 Directed Studies

This independent study course is designed to allow students the opportunity to investigate a specific issue within a field or topic in social work, such as gerontology, mental health, sexual assault, or corrections. Consultation with, and permission of, a faculty member and the Associate Dean is required.

 

 

 

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