Course Information: Social Work Practice  (50520)

This course, the first of four methods courses in the practice sequence, introduces students to the professional practice of social work. Course content includes the history of the development of social work as a profession including social upheavals and the influence of social movements on service delivery. This course provides a survey of different approaches to the delivery of social services especially from a medical to a participatory empowerment model. The problem-solving method, various field settings in which social work is practiced, and interviewing as a skill are introduced. Students are expected to complete volunteer service in an approved human service agency. Restricted to social work majors. Prerequisite: SOWK 2200 and admission to major

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Pre-Requisite:   (( (SOWK 1000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( SOWK 1000 with minimum grade: TRC) )
AND ( (SOWK 2200 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( SOWK 2200 with minimum grade: TRC) ))
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