Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
This paper is an assessment of the state of the art of graduate social work curricula with particular reference to the lag of such curriculum in responding to the maturation of undergraduate social work education. Advanced standing programs, it is suggested, offer a purely administrative solution to the curriculum question posed by the new continuum of social work education. An ad hoc trial and error problem-solving strategy is called for, on the basis of four assumptions: the primary of the BSW curriculum; and the advanced, specialized and applied science character of graduate social work.
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Lohmann, Roger A., "Revolution by Evolution: The Needed Graduate Response to Undergraduate Social Work Education" (1980). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 1122.
Presented at the Annual Program Meeting, Council on Social Work Education, March 1, 1980. Los Angeles, California