SC 216 Overview
This undergraduate course provides knowledge of generalist social work practice methods for working with communities, organizations and social institutions. Organizational and community issues related to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, social class, disability and spirituality will be explored along with mechanisms and consequences of oppression and discrimination (racism, sexism, classism, ageism). Throughout the course, emphasis will be given to theoretical and evidence-based practice as well as to ethical principles of the social work profession. Prerequisite: SC 101. Corequisite: SC 101.
- 3.00 Credits