The Psychology Department has worked with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services to create a listing of courses that will qualify psychology and criminal justice graduates to successfully apply for a social worker training certificate. Dr. Riedle (email@example.com
) is the contact person. In brief, students must take Human Behavior in the Social Environment (Psych 2930), Techniques of Counseling (Psych 4930), Social Welfare Policy (CJ 4530), Social Work Practice with Groups and Families (Psych 4950) and Social Work Practice with Communities, Organizations, and Institutions (CJ 4540). Students must also complete a 400 hour CFE (internship) with a supervisor on site who has either a BSW or MSW and certification in the State of Wisconsin. Students must pass a national exam before they are eligible to obtain the social work certificate.