Graduate Course Descriptions

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5386. Studies in the Holocaust: Implications for Social Work

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: Open to students in both the MSW program and the STEP program.

Grading Basis: Graded

Focuses on the Holocaust and its many implications for social work students. The course traces the rise of the Nazi totalitarian state resulting from defeat after World War I, the world wide depression of the 1930's and Hitler's targeting of Jews in Germany and eventually Europe-wide. The lessons for social workers will be drawn from these experiences. The integration of this material by students into other courses is encouraged.


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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Enrollment Location Credits Grading Basis Notes
Spring 2024 14341 Abroad In Person Hills, Laura 500 Reg 0/30 3.00 Graded
Spring 2024 14325 Hartford Hybrid Werkmeister Rozas, Lisa 701 Reg We 6:00pm‑8:00pm
We 6:00pm‑8:00pm
We 6:00pm‑8:00pm
11/30 HTB 138
No Room Required - Online
3.00 Graded Pretravel Dates, In-Person: February 7th 6pm-8pm, and February 21st 6pm-8pm Travel dates: March 8–16, 2024 Post-meeting, Virtual. March 27 6pm-8pm; Presentation: April 10 (Location and time TBD)