This minor focuses on the institution of social welfare and the service delivery system. It is especially appropriate for students pursuing degrees in other human service curricula.
For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Social Work department page.
For related information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/community-and-social-service/social-workers.htm
|Total Credits Required||16|
|Required Core Course||8|
|SW 100 Exploring Social Work||4|
|SW 230 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I*||4|
|Choose one course from the following:||4|
|SW 272 Basic Crisis Intervention Skills (4 cr.)|
|SW 283 Tribal-Centered Victim Services (4 cr.)|
|SW 308 Methods of Social Research II (4 cr.) [SCII] or|
|SO 308 Methods of Social Research II (4 cr.) [SCII]|
|SW 331 Human Behavior in the Social Environment II (4 cr.)|
|SW 341 Social Welfare Policy (4 cr.)|
|Special Population Electives||4|
|Choose one courses from the following:||4|
|SW 401 Child Welfare (4 cr.)|
|SW 405 Aging Public Policies and Programs (4 cr.)|
|SW 411 Social Work in the Health Fields (4 cr.)|
|SW 413 Social Work with Families (4 cr.)|
|SW 415 Prevention of Substance Use Disorders (4 cr.)|
|SW 417 Social Work in Mental Health (4 cr.)|
|SW 419 Evaluation and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders (4 cr.)|
|SW 495 Special Topics in Social Work (1-4 cr.)|
|SW 498 Directed Study in Social Work (1-4 cr.)|
Field instruction courses and 300-400 level practice method courses may not be included in the social welfare minor.
*SW 230 has SO 101 and PSY 100 as prerequisites.
Bulletin Year: 2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin