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Course Overview

This course focuses on the development of skills for planned change in organizations and communities. The problem-solving process learned in previous social work practice courses is applied to problem analysis, goal formulation, and implementation of change within organizations and communities. Field practicum agencies, human service organizations, and other programs and services in the community are assessed, needs and problems are identified, and strategies for planned change are developed. Specific attention is given to strategies for change that will benefit traditionally underserved populations such as deaf and hard of hearing people, racial and ethnic minorities, women, people with disabilities, gays and lesbians, and older people.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in SWK 436. Co-requisites: SWK 442, 486, and 494

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate