Minor in Social Work
The minor in Social Work provides students who are majoring in a number of related disciplines such as psychology, sociology, art therapy, education and health administration with an understanding of social welfare policy, human behavior in the social and organizational environment, and the social work profession. Completion of this minor will help students to broaden their skills in counseling and delivery of social services, and can help them determine if pursuing graduate study in social work is the right career path.
The social work field and practice-related courses are open only to students majoring in social work. However, all other courses are open to non-majors. The courses contained in the Social Work Minor consist of both required and elective courses from the major.
The student minoring in Social Work must take the 18 credits listed below.
|SWK 1 Introduction to Social Work
|SWK 50 Social Welfare Policy I
|SWK 51 Social Welfare Policy II
|SWK 60 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
|SWK 61 Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
|POL 80 Administrative Behavior