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Course Overview

This is the first course in the social work practice sequence and emphasizes the generalist model as the framework for all social work practice using a problem-solving approach. A major focus of the course is on the development of skills for practice with individuals within the context of social work values and ethics. Cross-cultural considerations and other differences between social worker and client are addressed throughout the semester. The course includes a weekly lab that provides opportunities for learning interviewing skills through the use of videotapes and role play.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: SWK 203, open to social work majors only. Co-requisite: SWK 307

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate