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Certificate in Case Management

Final Application deadline May 30th.

Note: This certificate will no longer be offered. 

The Certificate in Case Management offered by the Indiana University School of Social Work prepares graduates with a holistic view of the person and knowledge of available community resources, qualifies graduates for case management positions in a wide range of human service contexts, provides graduates with an understanding of the fundamental values and ethics of case management including commitment to client empowered processes, and helps graduates to understand the multi-dimensional aspects of interdisciplinary collaboration

The requirements for the Certificate in Case Management are as follows:

  • S200 Introduction to Case Management
  • S221 Human Behavior and Social Environment
  • S231 Generalist Social Work Practice I: Theory and Skills
  • S251 Emergence of Social Services; S300 Crisis Intervention
  • S332 Generalist Social Work Practice II: Theory and Skills; S371 Social Work Research
  • S381 Social Work Practicum or S482 Social Work Practicum II (non-social work students take S280, Introduction to Field of Practice) and S442 Practice Policy Seminar in Field of Practice: Case Management.

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