This 12-month program will include 11 monthly sessions taught on Saturdays on the University of Pennsylvania campus. Learners will attend class sessions from September through July. In the twelfth month of the program, all learners will complete a capstone project which will not require a campus session. Core Curriculum Oncology Social Work Basics: Distress screening, assessment, and treatment planning Cancer Survivorship Supervision and Administration in Oncology Care Teaching and Mentorship Interprofessional Teams and Leadership Advance Care Planning Palliative and End of Life Care Cancer Health Disparities and Cultural Humility Essentials of Health Insurance and Public Benefits Trauma Informed Cancer Care Building and Financing Cancer Screening and Prevention Programs for Communities Group Work in Oncology Settings Work with Families Affected by Cancer Cancer, Bioethics, and Moral Distress Spirituality in Oncology Social Work Practice Cancer and the Life Cycle: Pediatrics Cancer and the Life Cycle: Adolescents and Young Adults Cancer and the Life Cycle: Adults Cancer and the Life Cycle: Geriatrics Research: Building the Evidence Base Oncology Social Work Practice with LGBTQI Individuals and Families Sexual Health and Fertility Across the Cancer Spectrum Cancer Genomics 101 CBT and DBT Essentials in Management of Depression and Anxiety in Cancer Care Capstone Project All students will complete a capstone project in the final month of the program. This offers students the opportunity to develop a demonstration project integrating their learning and ongoing clinical practice. Projects will be developed in consultation with the Program Director. Examples include: Starting a new program with a community partner; Creating an educational module for newly diagnosed patients; Building a resource guide for a rare diagnosis; or Developing and delivering a webinar on a topic of interest.