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Course Overview

This three-credit course is designed for students and professionals to improve their written and ASL communication skills within the field of social work. Students in the course will learn strategies for improving their writing and academic ASL through experiential learning. The course will cover a variety of communication topics in areas such as human behavior in the social environment, social work practice, social policy, and research. Students will learn strategies for writing agency-based reports, such as case studies, focus group reports, grant writing, and professional letters and communicating the information in some of these reports using professional academic ASL skills.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: GSR 101, 102, 103, and 150

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