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Course Overview

This course is a foundation year social work practice course which focuses on the development of social work knowledge, values and skill in work with families and small groups. Students learn how to formulate assessments, develop goals and intervention strategies in work with families and small groups. This course introduces students to a variety of theoretical approaches that can be applied to diverse families and groups including those who are vulnerable or at risk.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
Co-requisites: SWK 741 and SWK 771

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Admissions Requirements

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