This course provides students with a self-directed and collaborative learning opportunity focused on Canadian social welfare and the profession of social work. Students will be introduced to the professional values, ethics, knowledge bases, roles, responsibilities, fields of practices, and practice settings of social work. In addition, students will critically examine their beliefs, values, and attitudes in relation to society of which they are members and explore their individual interests within the profession of social work. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: SOC-170.
SOC-1170 Introduction to Social Work - 3.00 credits