Description
Social Work Practice with Individuals
Methods course focusing on the knowledge, values, and skills needed for generalist social work practice with individuals. Major subject areas include values and ethics, interviewing, assessment, intervention, termination, evaluation, and documentation. Skill development in Motivational Interviewing offered as an evidence-based model of practice. Framed with a view of clients and social work practice that honors individual strengths and recognizes the impact of societal forces that create opportunities for some and barriers for others. Course includes practice skills lab. Prerequisites: PSYC 130, SOCI 204, SOWK 264 or permission of instructor.
Details
Grading Basis
A-F Grade/Audit Option
Units
4
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
SOWK 371
Academic Group
General
Academic Organization
Social Work & Sociology
Campus
College Place
Enrollment Requirements
To register for upper-division courses, students must complete the GS math requirement, ENGL 121, 122, and complete or is currently registered for ENGL 223 (College Writing or its equivalent), and complete 45 quarter hours of university course work.