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    • Bachelor of Science in Social Work 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (1970-12-14)
      Be it resolved that the Senate approve the undergraduate Bachelor of Science (Social Work) with the stipulation that authority be delegated to Dr. Lyndon to make minor changes as may be necessary to align the program with ...
    • Dual Baccalaureate Option in Nursing and Social Work 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (1976-05-10)
      The Departments of Nursing and Social Work propose the offering of a dual degree option in these programs to a selected and limited number of qualified students. Graduates completing the dual option in both programs will ...
    • Masters project curriculum modification 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2012-04-30)
      Proposal describes modifying the 6 credit Master’s Project sequence (SWK 630 Master’s Project Development—3cr [fall semester] & SWK 631 Master’s Project Implementation—3 cr [spring semester]) into a 3 credit clinical ...
    • Modification to Master of Social Work Curriculum 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2008-12-08)
      Replace two existing courses with new courses and modify advance standing summer requirements
    • Prerequisite grade requirements for admission to the Social Work Major 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (2012-03-25)
      This Proposal changes the acceptable grade for pre-requisite courses required from student seeking admission to the social work major to C or Better. Accepted - Implementation Effective Date: Fall 2013
    • Reduction of credits for 39 credit advanced standing master of social work curriculum 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2012-04-02)
      Reducing of the total number of Advanced Standing credits from 39 to 36 credits by eliminating one 3-credit elective course.
    • Resolution on Interracial Relationships Within the SUNY Brockport College Community 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (1980-03-17)
      Whereas the Organization of Students of African Descent (OSAD) has expressed it concerns regarding alleged discriminatory treatment of minority students by college administrators, administrative bodies, and fellow students, ...