Academics

Course Overview

This course examines the behaviors, functions, and structure of groups, communities, and organizations. Students are introduced to theories that explain interactions within and between each of these larger systems. Students are also given an opportunity to apply many of the theoretical concepts used to explain the behaviors of individuals and families learned in the first semester Human behavior course, to behaviors exhibited by larger systems (groups, communities, and organizations). The course also addresses issues related to equitable distribution of goods and services that may be encountered by macro systems.

SWK 705.

Program: Social Work

Credit: 3

Faculty

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SWK-780

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Social Work

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Students in advanced year have a full block…

Social Work

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SWK-792

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Social Work

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SWK-795

Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

Social Work

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SWK-799

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Independent studies enable advanced study of a topic,…

Social Work

Credits 1-3

SWK-742

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This is the second foundation course in the…

Social Work

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