SWRK 301: SOCIAL WORK & SOCIAL WELFARE

(F) This course provides an overview of contemporary social work practice by examining its history, philosophy, knowledge base, values and ethics, skills, and fields of practice with diverse populations; it examines the historical development and contemporary issues of the nation's social welfare system within a global context; and introduces the generalist model of social work practice, which serves as a base for subsequent social work courses. The course also contains an agency service learning experience of 20 clock hours.

Hours
3