Catalogue 2020 - 2021

SW 301 Generalist Social Work Practice I

Credits

3 cr.

Prerequisite

SW 100, SW 216, and junior standing.

Corequisite

SW 306

Course Description

The first of a 2-semester sequence, this course provides students with a theoretical and ethical framework that supports their development of generalist social work practice skills.  The course introduces students to all phases of the social work intervention process.  Students will learn skills and strategies to engage clients, assess clients' needs and resources, and develop measurable goals and objectives with clients. Special emphasis is placed on social work practice with individuals. 

Students are required to also enroll in SW 306, a 40-hour field practicum in which they apply their developing social work practice skills in an agency setting.

Notes

Fall'14 - 4 to 3 crs

Formerly "Social Work Interventive Methods I"

Distribution

MR

Fee