Fall 2021 Courses
Current Courses, Lectures & Workshops
Social Work Practice II
Social Work Practice I
In this course, masters level social work students begin their journey to understand the theory and skills behind the successful practice of social work.
Human Behavior in the Social Environment
The Human Behavior course highlights the lifespan of the individual, group, family, or community. Students will learn about the concept of Person-In-Environment, a perspective which views the relationship between people and the areas in which they live, work and play. In addition, biopsychosocial and spiritual dimensions of behavior are explored.
Bachelors level students learn about group, organizational, and community practice. Students will embark on experiential learning to deepen their understanding of what it means to be a social worker on mezzo and macro levels.