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MSW Practicum (S70)  (Dept. Info)Social Work and Public Health  (Policies)FL2024

S70 SWPR 5014MSW Concentration Practicum IVar. Units (max = 5.0)
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBASee Dept / ThurmanDefault - none012
Desc:Children, Youth and Family Concentration students only.
02TBASee Dept / RicoDefault - none0116
Desc:Mental Health Concentration students only.
03TBASee Dept / StaffordDefault - none001
Desc:Individualized Concentration students only.
04TBASee Dept / HanDefault - none010
Desc:Health Concentration students only.
05TBASee Dept / ThurmanDefault - none011
Desc:Social Impact Leadership concentration students only.
06TBASee Dept / FuchsDefault - none011
Desc:Social and Economic Development Domestic concentration students only.
07TBASee Dept / StaffordDefault - none011
Desc:American Indian and Alaska Native concentration students only.
08TBASee Dept / OrahoodDefault - none002
Desc:Social and Economic Development International Concentration students only.
11TBASee Dept / FordDefault - none000
Desc:This section is for part-time students.
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