Course: Social Work:Populations & Policies (SO-213-1) 

An examination of human behavior in the social environment as we study the individual in families, groups, and society. We will further explore the special needs of specific populations such as families, youth, the elderly, the poor, women, and minorities, and investigate social welfare policy as a means to meet those human needs. Establishing a knowledge base as well as effective communication techniques will be stressed. Generally offered every other spring semester. 3 credits

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Yeaman

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T TH 5:30 PM 7:50 PM

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