Redefining what's possible.
Students must successfully fulfill all requirements of the University of Washington Graduate School and the School of Social Work program.
include demonstrated competence and completion of all required foundation and advanced curriculum coursework including field practicum work. Additionally, students must meet the human biology and basic statistics pre-requisites below:
All students are required to pass a course with content in human biology before beginning their advanced coursework. This can be accomplished two (2) ways;
Approved courses included Biology 118, 119 and 180, Nutrition 300, Genomics 261 and the UW Continuing Education course "Human Biology for Social Work". Courses in nutrition, psychobiology of women, genetics and biology of aging may also fulfill this human biology prerequisite.
Students must pass an introductory statistics course (from any discipline) before beginning Soc W 505, Social Welfare Research. You will need to submit a Statistics Course Review form providing proof of having completed a course in statistics.