Description
Social Work Practice with Small Groups
Methods course focusing on the knowledge, values, and skills needed for generalist social work practice with groups. Course content includes: assessment of group dynamics, structure, and process, and models of intervention in a variety of settings. Develops an understanding of the typology of groups, the functions and roles of group members, stages of group development, group leadership, and the foundational skills of group facilitation and evaluation. Course includes practice skills lab. Prerequisite: SOWK 371.
Details
Grading Basis
A-F Grade/Audit Option
Units
4
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
SOWK 372
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.