SOCW 2215 Introduction to Social Work

This course provides an overview and historical examination of social work as a profession and social welfare as an institution. It will include a study of social work roles, settings, knowledge, values, and skills. Students will be introduced to problems and needs encountered in service delivery systems and the social work advocacy and intervention methods used to address related individual and system needs. This course is designed to contribute to the enrichment of general education for all students as well as those in the Social Work Education Program.


3 credits

Lecture Hours

3 hours

Lab Hours

0 hours


SOCI 1101 or SOCI 1101H