Masters in Social Work/ Denver Masters in Business Administration Dual Degree Curriculum

The Denver MBA is a full-time, weekday program that has corporate challenges as its platform for learning. It prepares students for a dynamic career in settings where they can broadly apply social work and business skills. The Dual-Degree expands the range of career opportunities into the corporate and private sector as well as incorporating the business skill sets of accounting, marketing, management, strategic planning into the traditional social work settings in the non-profit and government sectors.

 

MBA Coursework

Hrs

Enterprise Challenge (Fall qtr, Year one)

 

 MBA 4110 Enterprise Challenge

2

MBA 4120 Strategic Transitioning from Uncertainty to Risk (Strategic Leadership)

2

MBA 4130 Corporate Financial Reporting

Challengethree classes (Acct 1)

(MBA 4310, 4340, 4360)

2

MBA 4140 Ethics in Practice

2

MBA 4150 Understanding your Market (Marketing Strategy)

2

MBA 4160 (Statistics)

2

MBA 4230 Managing Cost Information (Acct 2)

2

Social Good Challenge (Winter qtr, Year One)

 

MBA 4340 Creating Sustainable Enterprises

2

MBA 4210 Social Good Challenge

2

MBA 4220 Leading Effective Organizations

2

MBA 4235 Profit Planning and Measuring Performance

2

MBA 4280 Mastering Managerial Financial Competencies I

2

MBA 4285 Mastering Managerial Financial Competencies I

2

MBA 4290 Economics for Decision Making

2

Corporate Challenge

(Spr qtr, Year one)

 

MBA 4310 Corporate Challenge

2

MBA 4290 Economics for Decision Making

2

MBA 4360 Opportunities with Data Skills II

2

MBA 4980 - Internship (met through GSSW internship)

0

Global Challenge Part One

(Fall qtr, /Year two)

 

MBA 4410 Global Challenge I

4

MBA 4470 International Business Theory in Practice

2

MBA 4490 Global Macroeconomics

2   

MBA 4170 Navigating the Global Economy

2

Global Challenge Part Two

(Winter qtr, Year two)

 

MBA 4510 Global Challenge II

2

MBA 4540 Business, Government & Society

2

MBA 4545 Business Law

2

MBA 4550 Strategic Marketing

2

Launch (Spr. Qtr, Year two)

 

MBA 4620 Leadership Capstone

2

BUS 4700 Special Topics: Human Capital Management

2

MBA Challenge-Based Courses Total

56

Electives waived – 16 credits

 

MBA Concentration Courses (total)

8

Total Hours for MBA

64

 

MSW Curriculum – Two Year

Hrs

SOWK 4000 Professional Development Seminar

1

SOWK 4132 Power, Privilege and Oppression

3

SOWK 4020 Integrated SW Practice for Social Justice

4

SOWK 4001 Clinical SW Skills

3

SOWK 4006 Human Behavior and the Social Environment

3

SOWK 4003 Clinical SW Theory and Practice

3

SOWK 4007 Community/Macro SW Theory and Practice

4

SOWK 4120 Social Policy Analysis, Advocacy & Policy

3

SOWK 4201 Evidence for Practice

3

SOWK 4950 Foundation Field

9

Total Foundation Curriculum

36

Theory for Practice Courses (varies by concentration)

3

Methods/Skills Courses (multiple class options)

6

 

Policy and Program Advocacy course (varies by concentration)

3

 

 

SOWK 4900 Methods for Evaluating Practice/Programs

3

Values for Practice course (multiple class options)

3

SOWK 4970 Concentration Field

12

Total Concentration Curriculum

30

Total Hours for the MSW

66

 

MSW Coursework -Advanced Standing

 

SOWK 4299 Advanced Standing Seminar

3

SOWK 4132 Power Privilege and Oppression

3

SOWK 4201 Evidence for Practice

3

Theory for Practice Course (varies by concentration)

3

Methods/Skills Courses (multiple class options)

6

Policy and Program Advocacy requirement (varies by concentration)

3

SOWK 4900 Methods for Evaluating Practice/Programs

3

Values for Practice course (multiple class options)

3

 

 

SOWK 4970 Concentration Field

12

Total Hours for the MSW

39

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