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SWRK 261: Inclusive Practice: Groups, Organizations and Communities

Social work majors continue to study the methods and skills of generalist practice. They assess strengths and problems of diverse groups, organizations, and communities and use the systems perspective to help client systems frame goals and plans for social change. Students assess macrosystems and develop plans for implementing change that are reflective, scientific, just, and grounded in the liberal arts. This course includes an academic civic engagement community project. Offered annually in the spring semester.
Prerequisite: SWRK 254.

Africa and the Americas

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...focus on Africa) SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...Class, Status, and Power SWRK 280 Social Realities...

Management Studies

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...Social Environment SWRK 258 Social Policy SWRK 274...and the Family SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...SWRK 221 Social Work and Social Welfare SWRK...Native American Issues SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...