Social Work / Minor

Minor Credit Hours: 24

The Social Work minor is designed for undergraduate students who want to explore the field and the issues social workers address. The minor can serve as a complement to students in related disciplines who may find such knowledge valuable in their careers.

Degree Requirements

Minor: SCWK

I. Core Courses (15)

SCWK-10000Introduction to Social Work

3

SCWK-20900Social Welfare Policy

3

SCWK-21500Cultural Sensitivity in Social Work Practice

3

SCWK-25000Human Behavior and the Social Environment 1

3

SCWK-25100Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2

3

II. Electives (9)

SCWK-29500Community Service Experience

3

SCWK-30000Chemical Dependency: Diagnosis and Treatment

3

SCWK-30400Crisis Intervention

3

SCWK-31200Loss and Mourning

3

SCWK-31400Social Services for Children and Adolescents

3

SCWK-31700Social Services for the Elderly

3

SCWK-36200Workshop: AIDS-The Basics

1

A variety of focused and practical one-credit Workshops in Social Work are offered both Fall and Spring semesters.