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Interpersonal Practice with Individuals, Families and Small Groups

SW521, Section 001

This course presents social work foundation knowledge and skills essential to interpersonal practice with individuals, families and small groups in social contexts. It integrates content on multiculturalism, diversity, and social justice issues, and it relies on the historical, contextual, and social science knowledge presented concurrently in the foundation SWPS and HBSE courses. The student's field experience and future practice methods courses will build upon the skills presented in this basic course. Throughout this course, students examine social work values and ethics as well as issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, religion, and ability as these relate to interpersonal practice.

Topic Description / Additional Information

Incoming Students - By enrolling in this section you are also committed to enroll in section 001 of SW 511.
Detroit Clinical Scholars and New Leaders in African Centered Social Work Scholars with an Interpersonal Practice concentration should enroll in this section. Any other students should select a different section or will need to submit a Course Enrollment Petition via the School of Social Work web site.
Only students beginning the MSW program in the upcoming Fall term should enroll in this course. Continuing students admitted prior to the Fall 2018 term should not enroll and may be required to drop the class if enrolled.

Semester: Fall 2018
Instructor: Abigail H. Eiler
Category: IP Methods
U-M Class #: 14650
Time: Mon 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 2752 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

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