Spring Course Schedule 2012, 2013, and 2014

**Electives are subject to change

Spring Course Schedule
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
Time
9am- 12pm 8:30am-11:30am 9am- 12pm 8:30am-11:30am
Morning classes

7354/23908
Spirituality & Aging

HBSE elec
Gerontology elec
Achenbaum

6351/16529
Social Welfare Policy

Kao
Required

8322/15564
Quantitative Methods-PhD
Bordnick- Rm425

7324/22317
DSM
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover

7397/23897
Trauma & SW

Open elect
Lopez/Taylor

7336/19969
Issues in Aging
Gerontology Required

Applewhite

8327/22287
Grant Writing-PhD

Torres- Rm425

7324/22319
DSM
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover
Duron

7325/22409
Assessment
Required

Williams
7350/22316
Overrepresentation of Minority Males in the Criminal Justice System
Rev Lawson

7393/22424
Practice in Latino Communities
1 of 2 TS required
MACRO Crossover

Applewhite

7307/23902
SW & Law
Gerontology elec
Dickey

 Time 1:00pm-4:00pm
Afternoon Classes

6351/16530
Social Welfare Policy
Required
Pritzker

7320/22420
Empowerment
Health Disp elec
Political SW
MACRO Crossover
Qualitative 8323/22280
Research
PhD
Truxillo- Rm 425

7318/22421
Transtheoretical
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover

Alexander

7340/18745
Clinical Practice-Children and Adolescents

Cheung

8325/22291
Applied Multivariate Stats-PhD

Leung- Rm 231

8333/15565
Social Science Theories-PhD

Robbins- Rm 425

7325/22411
Assessment
Required

Williams
7351/22429
Supervision and Consultation

Open elec
Reibenstein

7325/22412
Assessment
Required

Sampson

7317/22427
Professional Self-Care
Clinical Crossover

Lopez

7324/22320
DSM
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover
Parrish

7327/22425
Comp Human Behavior Theory (Internet)
HBSE elective

Robbins
Three in-class meetings are required for this course:
Required Orientation: Sat., Jan. 21, 2-5 PM
Mid term presentations: Sat. March 10, 2-5 PM
Course Evaluation and Review for the Exam: Sat. April 28, 2-5 PM
Students who fail to attend the mandatory orientation will be dropped from the class.t)
 Time 6pm- 9pm
Evening Classes

7321/15536
Multicultural Practice
Gerontology elec
Health Dis elec
Political SW elec
TS elect
Clinical Crossover
TBA

7329/15537
Social Policy Advocacy
Political SW
MACRO Concentration
MACRO Crossover
Pritzker

7330/15538
Fiscal Mgmt and Budget
MACRO Crossover
Rose

7324/22318
DSM
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover

Alexander

6351/20132
Social Welfare Policy
Required
Fleming

7318/22422
Transtheoretical
Clinical Concentration
Clinical Crossover
Trahan

7334/22430
Dynamics of Leadership
MACRO Concentration
MACRO Crossover
TBA

7361/22431
Clinical Practice w Elders
Gerontology elec
Clinical Crossover
TBA

7366/15539
Grief/Bereavement
Clinical Crossover
Gerontology elective

Lopez

7325/22415
Assessment
Required

Sampson

 
Arrange Time

7398/15556
Program Planning & Evaluation, Agency Marketplace
Schiller

Mediation, Robbins
7374/15540

Elective, Clinical Crossover, Political

Class dates and times (students must attend all classes)

Friday, Feb. 3rd 10 AM - 6 PM
Saturday, Feb. 4th 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, Feb. 5th 2 PM - 6 PM

Friday, Feb. 17th 1 PM - 6 PM
Saturday, Feb. 18th 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, Feb. 19th 2 PM - 6 PM

Friday, April 6th 1-6 PM
Saturday, April 7th 9 AM – 5 PM
SOCW 8395: Pre-Dissertation; Sect 15566; Dr. Epstein

Contact C. Brooks (cbrooks@uh.edu) to get section numbers for:

Request Form Req’d for Electives -- See PhD Handbook/Appendix A
Research I Internship (1st Semester/Fall -- Required PhD Course)
Research Internship II, III, IV (Electives)
Teaching Internship I, II, III (Electives)
SOCW 8198/8298/8398: Doctoral Independent Study (Electives)

SOCW 8399/8699/8999: Dissertation Research

All Spring Field Practicum numbers are here