SW 6278 Social Intervention: Policies and Services

Analyzes components of past and present social welfare policies, programs, and services in the United States, with consideration of how well they respond to the needs of marginalized and high-risk individuals, families, and communities. Focus on consequences of policies for administration of social services, weighing financial costs against benefits, programmatic alternatives, and various approaches to advocacy and social reform. Prerequisite(s): Completion of first year of M.S.W. program, or graduation from a Council on Social Work Education accredited undergraduate curriculum.

Course details

Term: 
Summer 2021
Section: 
60
Class Nbr: 
30816
Units: 
3
Dates: 
Jun 7, 2021 - Jul 30, 2021
Meeting times: 
Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 PM
Cohort: 
Social Work: Foundation (MSW) - Foundation Track - Spring 2021 Cohort

Course delivery

Location: 
Zoom & Blackboard (eLearning)

Zoom is a desktop video conferencing system allowing for real-time interaction between instructors and students and requires access to a high-speed Internet connection, a webcam, and a headset microphone. Blackboard is a learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser.

Instructor(s)

Elizabeth Fry

Enrollment information

Cohort members may request to enroll through Continuing and Distance Education. Enrollment is limited and offered as part of a cohort program. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Questions?
Rita Gutman

Continuing and Distance Education

(319) 273-2504