An introductory survey of the field of social work including the nature, function, and types of social work practice. This course is designed to acquaint the student with the history, terminology, scope, and values of the profession of social work.
Origin, development, and present status of social service programs with particular emphasis on the relationship of program resources, human needs, and the methods through which services are provided.
An introduction to the organizations and agencies involved in social service delivery. Exploration of the range and characteristics of the human service delivery system with particular emphasis on the social work profession.
Prerequisite: SOCW 3310.
Social Work practice from a generalist perspective of social work intervention. Data collection, assessment, intervention, planning/implementation, and evaluation are covered.
Prerequisite: SOCW 3301.
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One semester course of field work in a selected agency. (See college description.