Course Information: Gerontological Social Work  (50270)

This course offers an overview of social work theory and practice on aging and older adult populations. Emphasis is placed on the biopsycho-social, cultural, spiritual, economic, and health needs of older adults with particular attention to policies, programs, and intervention strategies of intervention that meet the needs of the older adult population. Elective course open to all majors at junior level and above. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of the instructor

Required Materials:   Not Yet Available
Technical Requirements:   Not Yet Available
Pre-Requisite:   (( SWK 250 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SWK 310 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SWK 305 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SWK 332 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SWK 334 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SWK 335 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( SOWK 2205 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SOWK 3201 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SOWK 3305 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SOWK 3340 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SOWK 3341 with minimum grade: C )
AND ( SOWK 3342 with minimum grade: C ))
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