A conceptual, theoretical and applied examination of the generalist model of social work practice informed by ethics and framed within an anti-oppressive context. Students will also be introduced to the emotional, intellectual and personal characteristics required to be effective in pursuing a social work career. Required for admission to the Social Work program.
Prerequisite(s): Social Work 1021A/B and Social Work 1022A/B, or permission of the School.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: SOCWORK
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