SWK401 - Generalist Practice II (3 cr.)

This is the second of three courses that prepare students for generalist practice. Content focuses on the development of knowledge and skills in working with individuals, families, and treatment groups. Central to the presentation of content are the social work values of respect for the dignity and worth of every human being, venerating diversity, client empowerment and self-determination, confidentiality, and social justice. Particular emphasis is placed on approaching generalist practice with critical thinking skills. Throughout this series of courses, populations-at-risk, especially the rural poor of the North Country region are emphasized. Approved AWR. (Spring). Prerequisite: ENG101, social work majors only;SWK302.

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