SWK260 - Introduction to Social Welfare (3 cr.)

This course analyzes the history, organization and adequacy of major cash support, in-kind, and social service programs in the U.S. Particular attention is paid to the ideological, political and economic factors that have shaped their development. The emergence of social work as a profession and the role of social workers in social welfare programs are also examined. (Fall). Liberal arts. Prerequisite: SOC101.

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