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Section 2.07.03: Community and Social Systems

This Practice Area prepares students to work in settings that include grassroots, neighborhood and faith-based organizations; federal and state legislative and political bodies and offices; local and international community development operations; and educational and socialization organizations.

Practicing in this field involves working with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities to influence laws, legislation and policies.

Students in the Community and Social Systems practice area are required to complete the following courses (each course is worth 3 credits):

SW 647 Policies and Services for Social Participation and Community Well-being;

SW 697 Social Work Practice with Community and Social Systems.

Additionally, students in the Community and Social Systems practice area are required to complete one of the following courses (each course is worth 3 credits): SW 611 Social Change Theories or SW 620 Contemporary Cultures in the United States.

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