COLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORKMSW PROGRAM BULLETIN2020-2021Change a Life. Start with Yours.
TABLE OF CONTENTS2ADMINISTRATION & STAFF7JOINT PATHWAY PROGRAMS16ACADEMIC POLICIES2CALENDAR8CURRICULUM18RESOURCES & SERVICES3DEAN’S WELCOME10ADMISSIONS INFORMATION12CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS20 SOCIAL WORKORGANIZATIONS & SERVICES13INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMOPPORTUNITIES2114FIELD EDUCATION22 FACULTY15GRADUATION23 MSW COURSE DESCRIPTIONS3 THE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY &COMMUNITY4MSW PROGRAM DESCRIPTION6MSW PROGRAMCONCENTRATIONSFINANCIAL AID &SCHOLARSHIPSCALENDAR2020-2021FALL 2020Classes Begin August 24Semester Ends December 11ADMINISTRATIONAND STAFFJames J. Clark, [email protected] Stanley, Ph.D., LCSWAssociate Dean for Academic [email protected] Gomory, MSWDirector, MSW [email protected] Boone, MSWDirector, Field [email protected] Deckerhoff, MSWDirector, Distance Field [email protected] Abell, Ph.D.Professor andDirector of International [email protected] BoldenTechnical SupportAcademic Program [email protected] 2020-2021Dana DeBoerMSW Admissions Coordinator(850) [email protected] FarinellaMSW Campus Academic Advisor(850) [email protected] SmithMSW Online Advisor(850) [email protected] 2021Classes Begin January 6Spring Break March 15-19Semester Ends April 30SUMMER 2021Classes Begin May 10Session A ends July 30Session F ends July 2MSW PROGRAMOFFICEFor more information and programmaterials, contact us at:MSW Program OfficeUniversity Center, Building C, RoomC-2500College of Social WorkFlorida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2570(850) 644- 4751 /1-800-378-9550Fax (850) 644-9750Email: [email protected] of Social Work website:csw.fsu.eduFacebook: facebook.com/fsucswThis document is available in alternateformats upon request. The publisherhas attempted to present informationthat at the time of preparation forprinting most accurately describesthe course offerings, faculty listings,policies, procedures, regulations, andrequirements of the University. However,it does not establish contractualrelationships. The University reserves theright to alter or change any statementcontained herein without prior notice.
DEAN’SWELCOMEWelcome to theFlorida StateUniversity Collegeof Social Work!And welcome to one of the Nation’s most crucial andfastest-growing professions! We are committed topreparing you for the challenges you will face as asocial work professional. Three important groups of peoplewill help you achieve this: our faculty and staff, your fellowstudents, and our community agency field supervisors andclients.Our professors are skilled practitioners, teachers, andresearchers who will help you prepare to become an effective,ethical, and committed social work professional. Our facultyand staff are eager to get to know you as a person andscholar, and strive to be accessible and responsive.Just as important, you are joining one of the most diversestudent cohorts on FSU’s campus. This gives you theopportunity to learn from your fellow students, who bringamazing professional experiences and life histories to yourstudent cohort. Building relationships with your studentcolleagues will be one of the most enriching dimensions of youreducation here. These friendships are frequently life-long!As the oldest program in Florida and one of the first programsin the Southeast, we have well-established field placementsand a strong alumni base that enable us to provide youwith meaningful educational experiences. A crucial part ofyour education will be working with and learning from yoursupervisors and clients as you move between the classroomand the community as a social work student.Our College is conducting important work in many importantdomains of social work research. I invite you to considerjoining these efforts as a way to develop as a graduate studentresearcher. We are very proud to have you join our extraordinarycommunity of professors, staff, practitioners, and scholars!James J. Clark, Ph.D.Dean & ProfessorTHE COLLEGE, THE UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITYCOLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORKThe College of Social Work’s tradition of excellence startedwith the introduction of social welfare into FSU’s curriculumin 1926 by Dr. Raymond Bellamy, professor of sociology.Our fully-accredited program was the first in Florida andremains one of the longest standing in the Southeast. U.S.News and World Report ranks the FSU College of SocialWork as among the top in the country. The College of SocialWork adheres to accreditation standards established by theCouncil on Social Work Education.OUR MISSIONIt is the mission of the Florida State University College ofSocial Work to provide quality educational services at thebaccalaureate, master, and doctoral levels that prepareprofessional social workers to enhance human well-beingand help meet the basic needs of diverse populationswith particular attention to the empowerment of peoplewho are vulnerable or oppressed or living in poverty. TheCollege of Social Work also has as its purpose to contributeto the knowledge base that supports social work practiceand social policy development and to provide leadershipthrough community service at the local, state, national, andinternational levels.THE UNIVERSITYAND COMMUNITYThe Florida State University is a major research andteaching university comprised of 16 colleges, serving astudent population of more than 40,000 and the peopleof Florida. The University maintains an intellectual climateof learning and strives for excellence and distinction in allpursuits. In the last few years, the University has reached ahigh level of distinction, thanks to its dedication to graduatestudy and research, and to its superior teaching faculty andstudent bodies.Nestled in Tallahassee, Florida’s state capital, the Universityenjoys the extraordinarily rich cultural climate created bythe presence of state and local government, a communitycollege and a second major university. Along with the beautyof the “Big Bend” area, Tallahassee is in close proximity to awealth of Florida’s resources including the Gulf of Mexico,the Apalachicola National Forest and natural recreationareas.MSW BULLETIN 3
MSW PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThe MSW program, nationally accredited by the Council onSocial Work Education (CSWE), offers a broad professionaleducation based on a systems perspective, which stresseshow individuals live in their environment and how theenvironment affects them.The goal of the MSW Program at Florida State University isto provide quality preparation for advanced practitionerswho will work with diverse client systems and problems. Weemphasize empirically-based practice which focuses onpreventing problems as well as treating them. Our curriculumis flexible so students can shape their own program to meetindividual interests.PROGRAM STRUCTUREThe Master of Social Work degree program is flexible anddesigned to enable students to develop advanced professionalcompetence by providing a curriculum that includes fivesequence areas: social work practice; social policy; humanbehavior and the social environment; social work research;and field education. The curriculum has been developed toemphasize the common elements in all social work practiceareas so that persons receiving the professional degree willbe able to practice in a variety of community agencies andsettings.At the master’s level, students choose one of two advancedconcentrations: Clinical Social Work, which focuses on4 2020-2021theories, research and practice with individuals, families,groups, and communities; or Social Leadership, whichfocuses on the theory, research and practice of social work inorganizations, administrations, policy-making and programevaluation. While the curriculum is structured in this twoconcentration format, students are welcome to take coursesin either concentration or customize their program of studyby applying for our joint pathway and certificate programs.The Tallahassee main campus offers students an opportunityto pursue either the Clinical Concentration, Social LeadershipConcentration or a joint degree program, while the onlineprogram solely offers the Clinical Concentration.Note: Students must complete the MSW within seven years ofbeginning the program.TRADITIONAL MSWCURRICULUMThe College offers full-time and part-time Master of SocialWork programs comprised of sixty-one (61) credit hours ofrequired social work courses and electives. Students bringto their graduate studies a liberal arts perspective and buildon this background during the first year of the programwhich consists of a foundation curriculum that covers theprofessional body of knowledge required by the social workprofession. Courses are divided by sequence areas thatinclude: practice, policy, research, human behavior anda 10 credit hour field internship (approximately 432 field
hours). A variety of elective courses are available and maystrengthen preparation in substantive areas of practice.The second year of the curriculum focuses on advancedcourses in either the Clinical Social Work concentration orSocial Leadership concentration. The curriculum culminateswith a final 12 credit hour internship (approximately 512field hours) along with a 3 credit hour Advanced Seminarcourse that serves to integrate the curriculum with thefield experiences. These internship locations are availablein Tallahassee, around the state of Florida, throughoutthe United States, and in specified international locationswhere field faculty are employed and the AdvancedSeminar is available (either face-to-face or online).Students are highly encouraged to track their program ofstudy by consulting with our MSW Graduate Advisors whocan assist in assuring that students will graduate in theplanned time frame. Faculty mentors are also available todiscuss career and academic decisions. Students shouldfollow the approved curriculum plan outlined in this bulletinfor the concentration selected in order to complete theMSW degree in a timely manner. A listing and description ofgraduate courses is found at the end of this bulletin.ADVANCED STANDINGMSW PROGRAMThe College also offers an Advanced Standing Master ofSocial Work program for applicants who have completed aBSW degree from a program accredited by the Council onSocial Work Education (CSWE). Students in the AdvancedStanding program complete 39 credit hours of requiredsocial work courses and electives, choosing either theClinical Social Work concentration or the Social Leadershipconcentration. At the completion of all course work, thecurriculum concludes with a final internship of 12 credit hours(approximately 512 field hours) and an Advanced IntegrativeSeminar (3 credits).ONLINE MSWCURRICULUMOur program offers a flexible way for working students whoreside outside the following counties: Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla,and Jefferson are eligible to complete a graduate degreethrough part-time, online study. These programs are designedfor those who cannot set aside full-time jobs and familyresponsibilities for full-time graduate study, but who are willingto make the commitment to a part-time program. Applicants tothese programs must meet the same standards for admissionas students in the full-time, main campus program and followa structured schedule of coursework, enrolling in two coursesper semester.Standing MSW program in the fall of 2002. In Spring 2015, theCollege began offering the Traditional MSW Online programas well. For both programs, most of the coursework isasynchronous and uses a web-based format. The TraditionalMSW Online program requires that students participate intwo face-to-face weekend sessions during their studies.PANAMA CITY ADVANCEDSTANDING MSW PROGRAMOur Panama City campus offers a face-to-face AdvancedStanding MSW program for individuals who reside in thefollowing counties: Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson,Calhoun, and Gulf.Please Note: Traditional students in the above listed countieswould need to apply to the online program. Studentseligible for the Advanced Standing MSW in these countiesare required to apply to the Panama City program.Florida State University’s College of Social Work became thefirst program to offer an online, CSWE accredited AdvancedMSW BULLETIN 5
MSW PROGRAM CONCENTRATIONSCLINICAL SOCIAL WORKCONCENTRATIONThis concentration prepares students for evidence-basedclinical social work practice with a variety of clients innumerous community settings. Overall, this curriculumemphasizes professional services to clients experiencingstressful situations which impair, or threaten to impair,psychological and social functioning. Clinical social workstudents develop knowledge and skills to enable themto assess, diagnose, and treat persons with emotional,intellectual, and/or behavioral disorders. The curriculumincludes courses and seminars focusing on theory, research,policy, practice knowledge and skills deemed essential forclinical work with diverse populations of individuals, families,groups, and communities. Course work focuses on at risk andvulnerable populations. Field education provides hands-onopportunities for the application and integration of knowledgeand skills.The Clinical concentration curriculum enablesstudents to meet the following objectives:1. Assess and/or diagnose and intervene withclient psychosocial problems through individual,couple, family, and/or group modalities. Analyzehow policies impact clinical practice.2. Conduct autonomous empirical evaluations oftheir own practice interventions, incorporatingvalid and reliable measures.3. Critically evaluate, synthesize, and articulate empiricaland conceptual literature related to an applied clinicalcontext.6 2020-2021SOCIAL LEADERSHIPCONCENTRATIONThe goal of the Social Leadership concentration is to preparestudents for advanced, evidence-based social work practicein organizational and community settings to:22.214.171.124.5.Provide leadership in organizations and communitieswithin the public and private sectors.Synthesize and apply theories and methods of policyanalysis to advance social and economic justice.Synthesize and apply theories of change andmethods of program evaluation to assessthe effectiveness of social programs.Develop, provide, and assess effectiveadministrative policies and practices.Critically evaluate, synthesize, and articulate empiricaland conceptual literature related to practice in socialpolicy, program, and administrative contexts.This concentration equips students to work in policy and/or administrative positions in governmental and nongovernmental social agencies serving diverse individuals,groups, and communities. In the first year, our TraditionalMSW Social Leadership students complete foundationcourses and an internship (which requires direct clientcontact). They then begin advanced practice courseslearning about organizational and community systems,advanced policy analysis, program evaluation, and personneladministration. Advanced electives allow students to focustheir studies on a substantive area of interest. In the finalsemester, a policy/administration-advanced internship iscompleted along with an Integrative Seminar. AdvancedStanding MSW Social Leadership students enter theprogram with their BSW and begin with advanced courseslearning about organizational and community systems,advanced policy analysis, program evaluation, and personneladministration.
JOINT PATHWAY PROGRAMSJOINT MSW/JD PATHWAYThis program is for students interested in combining anMSW with a degree in law. Persons graduating with thispathway go into areas such as family law, child advocacy,domestic violence, public policy, and public defense.Students interested in this joint degree must be admittedsimultaneously and independently to both FSU’s College ofSocial Work and College of Law.JOINT MSW/MPA PATHWAYFSU’s Reuben O’D. Askew School of Public Administration& Policy and the College of Social Work offer a joint pathwayprogram leading to the degrees of Master of Social Workand Master of Public Administration. This is one of the fewjoint pathway programs in these fields offered in the U.S.that prepares MSW Social Leadership and MPA studentsfor positions in public, private and nonprofit human serviceorganizations by gaining knowledge in social work and publicadministration. Students must be admitted to both graduateprograms independently.JOINT MSW/MS INCRIMINOLOGY ANDCRIMINAL JUSTICEPATHWAYThe MSW/MS is a joint collaboration between the Collegeof Social Work and the School of Criminology & CriminalJustice. The joint pathway will be for graduate students inboth programs who wish to expand their understanding ofthe connection between these two fields of study and gainexpertise in work with forensic clients. Students must beadmitted to both graduate programs independently.JOINT MSW/MBAPATHWAYThe MSW/MBA is a joint collaboration between the College ofSocial Work and the College of Business. The joint graduatepathway is designed for students in both programs who wishto expand their understanding of the connection betweenthese two fields of study and gain expertise working in socialservices agencies.MSW BULLETIN 7
CURRICULUMSpecific programs of study for part-time and full-time students can be found on the College’s website: csw.fsu.edu.Please note: all coursework must be completed the semester before beginning SOW5535 and SOW 5369.TRADITIONAL MSW - SOCIAL LEADERSHIP CONCENTRATION (MAIN CAMPUS ONLY)CORE CLASSESSOW5034The Social Work Profession3 CreditsSOW5105Human Behavior and the Social Environment3 CreditsSOW5308Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5235Social Welfare Policy and Services3 CreditsSOW5324Social Work Practice with Groups and Communities3 CreditsSOW5404Introduction to Social Work Research3 CreditsSOW5532Graduate Field Instruction I10 CreditsSOW5334Organizational and Community System Change(Organizational Development)3 CreditsSOW5238Advanced Policy Analysis3 CreditsSOW5377Personnel Administration in the Social Services(Social Work Administration)3 CreditsUPPER LEVEL CLASSESSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5369Integrative Seminar in Advanced Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5535Graduate Field Instruction II12 CreditsTRADITIONAL MSW – CLINICAL CONCENTRATIONCORE CLASSESSOW5034The Social Work Profession3 CreditsSOW5105Human Behavior and the Social Environment3 CreditsSOW5308Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5235Social Welfare Policy and Services3 CreditsSOW5324Social Work Practice with Groups and Communities3 CreditsSOW5404Introduction to Social Work Research3 CreditsSOW5532Graduate Field Instruction I10 CreditsUPPER LEVEL CLASSESSOW5125Psychopathology in Clinical Practice3 CreditsSOW5432Evaluation of Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5807Clinical Practice3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5369Integrative Seminar in Advanced Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5535Graduate Field Instruction II12 Credits8 2020-2021
ADVANCED STANDING MSW - SOCIAL LEADERSHIP CONCENTRATION (MAIN CAMPUS ONLY)SOW5334Organizational and Community Systems Change(Organizational Development)3 CreditsSOW5238Advanced Policy Analysis3 CreditsSOW5377Personnel Administration in the Social Services(Social Work Administration)3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5369Integrative Seminar in Advanced Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5535Graduate Field Instruction II12 CreditsADVANCED STANDING MSW - CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK CONCENTRATIONSOW5807Clinical Practice3 CreditsSOW5125Psychopathology in Clinical Practice3 CreditsSOW5432Evaluation of Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5XXXElective3 CreditsSOW5369Integrative Seminar in Advanced Social Work Practice3 CreditsSOW5535Graduate Field Instruction II12 CreditsMSW BULLETIN 9
ADMISSIONS INFORMATIONThe Master’s Program in the College of Social Work seeksto enroll students who are intellectually and emotionallycapable of completing graduate education and practicing atthe advanced level in the profession of social work. Criteriafor admission are established in conformity with standardsderived from the National Association of Social Workers andthe Council on Social Work Education. Assessment of thispotential is made on the basis of academic achievement,social service experience, personal strengths, references, testscores, and indications of the applicant’s commitment to theprofession. Proper completion of admission requirementsensures consideration, but does not guarantee admission.Full application directions can be found on the College of SocialWork website: csw.fsu.edu.All applicants for graduate admission must submit thefollowing information to the FSU Graduate AdmissionsOffice:1.2.One official transcript of ALL undergraduateand graduate work courses. Applicants still in anongoing degree program must submit a secondset of official transcripts with degree posted.GRE scores* must be sent directly from the EducationalTesting Service to the Florida State University Officeof Admissions. The FSU code is 5219 (ETS.org). Therequirement of a GRE score may be waived if theapplicant meets certain criteria.*The requirement of a GRE score may be waivedif the applicant meets certain criteria. Please seeMSW Admissions web page for more information.In addition applicants must:1. Have a baccalaureate degree from a regionallyaccredited college or university.2. Be in good standing at the institution of higherlearning last attended (if applicable).3. Complete the College of Social Work application.4. Statement of Purpose.5. Provide the College of Social Work with three references:a combination of employment and academic references.6. Submit a current resume.7. Present evidence of a grade point average of at least3.0 for all hours earned past their first 60 semesterhours or 90 quarter hours for the baccalaureatedegree OR an earned graduate degree from aregionally accredited U.S. institution or a comparabledegree from an international institution.8. Have a liberal arts foundation, demonstrated by a liberalarts degree or 36 hours of course work in the followingcurriculum areas:Area I: Mathematics (6 hours)Area II: English (6 hours)Area III: History/ Social Sciences (6-12 hours)Area IV: Humanities/ Fine Arts (5-11 hours)Area V: Natural Science (7 hours)All offers of admission are conditional uponthe completion of these prerequisites.10 2020-20219.Evidence of paid social services work or volunteerexperience may strengthen one’s application.Meeting these requirements only assures consideration of anapplication. There is no single factor, by itself, which will eitherassure or bar admission. Untruthful or misleading responseswill disqualify an application and if detected after enrollment,will automatically void an application and admission tothe program along with being grounds for dismissal.EXCEPTION POLICYApplicants with an upper division GPA below 3.0 must submita “Petition for Exceptional Consideration” for their applicationto be evaluated. The outline for this petition is attached tothe application. A very limited number of exceptions to theminimum GPA requirements can be made for applicants whodemonstrate exceptional qualities or experience. The totalapplication process must be completed before exceptionalconsideration decisions can be made. Those admitted underthe Exception Policy must meet the same performancestandards in the program as a student who meets regularadmission requirements.PROVISIONAL POLICYStudents admitted under provisional status are required toattain a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA with no grade below aB-. Students are required to enroll in a minimum of 6 credithours* of social work courses during their first semester andmust meet with an advisor. Upon successful completion ofthe first semester, the student’s provisional status changesto graduate status. Students who do not meet the provisionwill not be permitted to continue in the MSW program.*If a campus-based student selects to take more than 6 hours,the provisional requirement applies to all hours enrolled.ADVANCED STANDING MSWPROGRAM POLICYStudents who have earned a BSW degree from a Councilon Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited program maybe eligible for the Advanced Standing MSW program. To beconsidered they must have met all the general requirementslisted above and have satisfactorily completed a minimum of400 hours of educationally based field education in generalistpractice with individuals, families, groups, and communitiesunder appropriate social work supervision. A complete copy ofthe student’s final field evaluation or a recommendation fromtheir BSW field instructor must be submitted.Note: Students who have completed a course at the BSW levelmay not repeat that course at the graduate level and have itcount for graduate credit.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT POLICYInternational students who wish to apply for admissionshould contact the International Admissions Officer, Office ofGraduate Admissions, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL32306-2400, for special information and application forms.Only degree-seeking international students are generallyrecommended for admission. Foreign nationals are requiredto receive a satisfactory score of ‘80’ or higher on the Internetbased TOEFL exam.RETURNING STUDENT POLICYStudents in good standing who leave the FSU College ofSocial Work before completing requirements for the MSWmay reapply and will be given consideration for readmission.Readmission can only be considered if the student will be ableto complete all requirements of the MSW degree within sevenyears from the date of the initial enrollment, as required byFlorida State University.NON-DEGREE SEEKINGSTUDENT POLICYThe University allows non-degree-seeking students to enrollin select courses IF they have not previously been deniedadmission into the MSW Program. The primary purpose ofthis status is for continuing education or for students whoare interested in obtaining a clearer understanding of a major.Up to twelve (12) elective credit hours (with a grade of B orbetter) may be accepted toward the degree if a student is lateraccepted into the graduate program.Students on the Tallahassee main campus must apply for nondegree-seeking status via admissions.fsu.edu/nondegreeappand notify main campus advisor Jennifer Farinella ([email protected]). Online non-degree students should contact SydneySmith ([email protected]).Non-degree seeking students can ONLY register for programapproved courses. Courses taken as a non-degree seekingstudent do not automatically carry graduate credit nor doesthis status constitute acceptance into the graduate program,even if a student excels in course work. Non-degree seekingstudents must still apply for the graduate program and meetthe standard admissions criteria. Performance in non-degreeseeking coursework will be a consideration in the evaluation ofapplications.Non-degree seeking students may be eligible for financial aid;however, College of Social Work policy requires a non-degreeseeking student to have an active MSW application on file withall supplemental documents submitted. Please consult theFSU Graduate Bulletin for further information regarding nondegree seeking student status.ADMISSIONS APPEALS PROCESSAny student who meets the minimum requirements and isdenied admission to the College of Social Work has the rightto appeal this decision by contacting the Graduate School.Decisions made after this appeal are final. Please refer to theappeals process in the FSU Graduate Bulletin (registrar.fsu.edu/bulletin/grad/).ADMISSION DATESPlease visit the College of Social Work website (csw.fsu.edu)for application deadlines.When considering applying, please note graduate schoolnecessitates a tremendous commitment of time and energy.Therefore, students need to be fully aware of sacrificesthat may need to be made both personally and financiallybefore making such a commitment. It is the student’sresponsibility to remain flexible regarding class schedulesand internships. All students, even those attending part-time,must be prepared to make adjustments to their scheduleto successfully complete the degree requirements. MSWadvisors are available for consultation.APPLICATION PROCEDUREAll MSW applicants can apply to the College of Social Workand Graduate Admissions using the Florida State University’sGraduate Online Application admissions.fsu.edu/gradapp/.TRANSFER STUDENTSThe College of Social Work accepts transfer students intothe program. These applicants must meet all the admissionrequirements of the College described previously. A studentwho was enrolled as a degree-seeking student in anotherCouncil on Social Work Education (CSWE) accreditedgraduate social work program may transfer up to twentynine (29) credits towards the Traditional MSW Program(61 credit hours) or up to seven (7) credits toward theAdvanced Standing MSW program (39 credit hours). Astudent must receive a grade of B or better in courses takenwithin the past seven years to petition for transfer creditconsideration. Courses will be reviewed on a course-bycourse basis. Transfer students are expected to provide thefollowing information for each course they wish to transfer:A. Course outline or syllabusB. Official transcript with course grade(s) postedREGISTRATION FOR SOCIALWORK CLASSESAll Social Work courses and their availability are viewableonline from the Registrar’s website. When classes are full,however, or there are “holds” that prevent students fromregistering, they are encouraged to contact an MSW Advisorfor assistance.TUITION AND FEESTuition per graduate credit hour varies for Florida residentsand non-residents. Please visit studentbusiness.fsu.edu/tuition-fees for the most current tuition rates.**THERE ARE ADDITIONAL FEE
[email protected] MSW PROGRAM OFFICE For more information and program materials, contact us at: MSW Program Office University Center, Building C, Room C-2500 College of Social Work Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-2570 (850) 644- 4751 / 1-800-378-9550 Fax (850) 644-9750 Email: [email protected] Col