SWK302 - Generalist Practice I (3 cr.)

This is the first of three courses that prepare students for generalist professional practice. The purposes, historical roots, structure, fields of practice, values and ethics of professional social work are presented. A systems approach to persons(s)-in-environment practice with client systems of various sizes and diverse types is presented. Planned change processes used in micro, mezzo, and macro level practice are introduced and communication skills, use of consultation, and use of supervision are included. (Fall). Prerequisite: social work major.

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