Credit for Learning - How to Use Past Credit Earned
The Credit for Learning program is currently closed. This program provided an opportunity of the Department for Community Based Services to enhance professional development of staff and other human service professionals. It is now closed, however, credits earned may still be used for MSW education at WKU.
The CFL program was a collaborative relationship between WKU Department of Social Work, University of Louisville's Kent School of Social Work, University of Kentucky's College of Social Work, EKU's Training Consortium and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. The purpose of this program was to improve the professionalization of the workforce of Kentucky by providing graduate level education. The program aims to increase recruitment and retention.
DCBS Staff and Employees had the opportunity to earn graduate level credit as non-degree seeking graduate students through participation in graduate courses offered through the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, and Western Kentucky University.
Visit the Master of Social Work program at Western Kentucky University to learn more about how CFL graduate credits may apply to an MSW program.
For additional information on CFL Academy courses and the possibility to transfer Academy credits towards an MSW degree, please contact Dr. Erin Warfel, WKU MSW Program Director at (270)-745-8923 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your WKUID (800#) is your main identification number at WKU and is printed and encoded on your WKUID card. All students are issued a WKUID upon application to the University. You need to memorize your WKUID and your PIN. You must first log-in and create a password unique to you and follow each step.
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Contact us for additional information about WKU's CFL program.
LifeSkills Center for Child Welfare Education and Research
Did you know that WKU is the home of Kentucky’s first applied research center for child welfare? Check out the LCCWEAR Website for updates on productivity, ongoing projects, and opportunities to get involved! Child welfare belongs to all of us!