Social Work, Minor
The minor in Social Work will provide students with a theoretical understanding of the strength in diversity, and the dynamics of oppression and discrimination in all areas of life. The student will gain knowledge of the change agents needed to turn a concern for social justice into action, both locally and globally.
The Social Work minor is composed of 18 credits derived from five core courses and one elective:
|SW101||Foundations of Social Work||3|
|SW203||Introduction to Social Welfare||3|
|SW253||Human Rights & Social Justice||3|
|Human Behavior & Social Environment I|
and Human Behavior & Social Environment II
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Selected Topics in Social Work|
|Mental Health 1|
Any Gerontology offering (GP)
Required for social work majors.