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    Jul 04, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalog of Courses 
    
2021-2022 Catalog of Courses

3+2 Master Programs (Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Program)


3+2 Master of Social Work Program

Contact: Megan Wrona
Email: mcwrona@fortlewis.edu

Fort Lewis College students who want a career in social work may be able to complete both their bachelor’s and their Master of Social Work (MSW) degrees in five years through the Fort Lewis College and University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work (DU/GSSW) Cooperative Undergraduate/Graduate Degree program.

The program is open for application to Fort Lewis College students majoring in Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology and Human Services, Public Health, or Gender and Sexuality Studies. Students must meet specific admissions criteria. Eligible students will apply in their the fall semester of their Junior year but should meet with the faculty liaison, Dr. Megan Wrona, sooner to review eligibility requirements. Students are encouraged to meet with Dr. Wrona during their Sophomore year if they plan to apply.

For the first three years in the program, students are undergraduates paying tuition to Fort Lewis College. During this time, at least 90 credits (at least 6 upper division) must be completed including all Liberal Arts Core requirements and the specific courses required by the major.

In the fourth year of the program, students are at the level of undergraduate seniors at FLC but are also DU/GSSW graduate students. They are NOT enrolled at Fort Lewis College, but are enrolled in the University of Denver, DU Four Corners MSW program. All courses in this program are offered in Durango, Colorado. At the end of the fourth year, all University of Denver credits (30 semester credits) are transferred back to Fort Lewis College and used to complete the bachelor’s degree (awarded with an August graduation date).

In their fifth year, students are DU/GSSW graduate students. Their MSW degree is awarded after completion of this year.

The DU/GSSW program enrolls using a cohort model, based on a two-year cycle (cohorts begin in even years, applications accepted in odd years). Cooperative program students are only admitted at the beginning of each cohort. The next cohort begins Fall 2022 and applications will begin being accepted in Fall 2021.

 

3+2 Master of Public History Program

Contact: Michael Martin
Email: martin_m@fortlewis.edu

Fort Lewis College students who want a career in Public History may be able to complete both their bachelor’s and their Master of Public History degrees in five years through the Fort Lewis College and University of Colorado-Denver Cooperative Undergraduate/Graduate Degree program.

The program is open for application to Fort Lewis College students majoring in History with a Public History Concentration.  Students must meet specific admissions criteria.

For the first three years in the program, students are undergraduates paying tuition to Fort Lewis College. During this time, at least 100 credits (at least 6 upper division) must be completed including all Liberal Arts Core requirements and the specific courses required by the major.

In the fourth year of the program, students are at the level of undergraduate seniors at FLC but are also University of Colorado-Denver graduate students. They are NOT enrolled at Fort Lewis College, but are enrolled in the University of Colorado-Denver Public History program. All courses in the fourth year of the program are offered in Denver, CO on the campus of the University of Colorado-Denver. At the end of the fourth year, all University of Colorado-Denver credits earned (20 semester credits) are transferred back to Fort Lewis College and used to complete the bachelor’s degree (awarded with an August graduation date).

In their fifth year, students are University of Colorado-Denver graduate students. Their MA degree is awarded after completion of this year.

The University of Colorado-Denver program enrolls every year, so students in the Fall of their third year at Fort Lewis College should apply for admission at University of Colorado-Denver, and if accepted, attend courses in Denver beginning their fourth year.