Social Work Courses
SOWK 3260 Social Welfare Policy (3 credits)
Students develop an understanding of the history and role of public policy as related to social work practice, societal values, and issues central to the development of public policy in the United States. Students critically examine contemporary and controversial social welfare issues, assess U.S. policy development and evaluation practices, understand the global interconnectedness of U.S. policy, and develop social justice advocacy skills for vulnerable populations. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: Admission to the Social Work program, and POL 1200.
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