This course serves as an introduction to the profession of social work, the values of the profession, and the social problems it addresses. Content will focus on current social issues of the day within a social work context. The course provides a sound basis for considering social work as a possible career choice and as well as foundational understanding of the field for students majoring in other disciplines. No background knowledge of social work is necessary for this course.
Dates: May 22 - June 16, 2023; Online course will be run asynchronously
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|SWSS 280 OL1||Social Work: Perspectives on Social Work||to||Tue|
|SWSS 330 Z1||Social Work: Assessment in Social Work||to||Tue|
|SWSS 339 OL1||Social Work: Practitioners' Own Stories||to||Fri||to||3||61537|
|SWSS 341 Z1||Social Work: SL:Social Work with Refugees||to||Mon|
|WFB 224 OL1||Wildlife & Fisheries Biology: Conservation Biology||to||N/A||See Notes||4||61307|
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