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SW 100. Introduction to Social Work. 3 Hours.

This course introduces students to the value-based profession of social work. Students will have the opportunity to learn about social work's history, mission, professional values and theoretical frameworks (e.g. the systems/ecological perspective). Furthermore, students will explore areas in generalist practice and the varied roles and responsibilities of the social work profession. Students will be afforded the opportunity to examine their own personal values and how those values influence their views on social welfare problems and issues.

Department of Human Studies

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/schoolofeducation/humanstudies/

...PY 101 or SOC 100 and one of...to Educational Statistics 3 SW 200 Professional Communication...

Department of Anthropology

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/anthropology/

...206 , MU 120 , THR 100 , THR 105 or...SOC 431 Environmental Sociology SW 208 Disaster Preparedness...

Department of Social Work

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/socialwork/

...required social work courses ( SW 100 , SW 200 , SW 203 , SW 222 ); Declaration and acceptance...

Women's and Gender Studies

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/interdisciplinaryprograms/womenandgenderstudies/

...Gender Studies courses WS 100 Introduction to Women...Special Courses in Sociology SW 207 Racism, Sexism...

American Studies

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/interdisciplinaryprograms/americanstudies/

...Population Dynamics SW 203 Social Welfare History SW 100 Introduction to Social Work SW 302...