Generalist Practice I
Students learn how to apply the ethics, knowledge, values, and skills of generalist social work practice with individuals' thorough micro, mezzo, and macro levels of assessment and intervention. Using constructs from ecological and systems theories, and the strengths, resiliency, and empowerment perspectives, students learn and apply the skills used in the problem solving process of engagement, assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation, and termination with individuals of diverse populations and those at risk. This is the first course in the two Social Work Practice course series.
Prerequisite: Social Work majors only. Grade of C or better in SWK 100, SWK 220, SWK 235.
Not Offered This Semester