Social Work Practice with Children and Families: This area of study covers family dynamics, child protection and crisis Intervention. This work would be essential for a graduate interested in family, child, or school-related social work adjustments.
Introduction to Social Policy: Social policy courses analyze the support systems that exist to declare people in need. Social workers need to understand that these systems are part of the foundation of their industry.
Substance Abuse and Addiction Disorders: Social workers interested in working on substance abuse cases should take courses on understanding, assessing and treating substance abuse and its relationship to the individual.
Oppression and Privilege in Macro Social Policy: Ongoing work on macroeconomic social policy normally covers ongoing work on the various social factors that have influenced and continue to influence social policy, such as race and gender.
Social Work Research Methods: Coursework in social Work research methods (Social Work research methods), students have the tools to understand how social work programs can improve people’s lives.