Jan 27, 2023  
2021 - 2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2021 - 2022 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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SWK 370 - Practice I: Micro-Practice


Generalist social work knowledge, skills and values for working with individuals and couples. This is the first of three social work practice courses that provide a values/skills/knowledge base for the generalist social work practitioner. The current course provides beginning generalist skills in working with individuals, along with a lab that provides “hands-on” practice in: interviewing, problem-solving and professional relationship process, along with opportunities to integrate these skills as students practice individual models of treatment.

A central focus of this course involves attention to particular elements of social engagement; especially, the dynamics created by human diversity, the promotion of social and economic justice, and empowerment of oppressed individuals. The course includes an overview of the helping process and provides the student the opportunity to integrate research, evaluation, knowledge, skills and values derived from the courses in the major. Prerequisite(s): Course is open only to social work majors.(Offered Spring/Summer.) Prerequisite(s): Course is open only to social work majors. SWK 336 SWK 352 , and SWK 353 .

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