Plan Code: 3810
This program will prepare students for an entry-level position in the human services/social work field and for career advancement for those already employed in these occupations. Jobs may include case management, caregiver, advocate, and activities coordinator. Students learn the skills and knowledge necessary to potentially transfer to upper division programs in social work or human services and to be employed at the paraprofessional, entry level in social work and human services agencies.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate an ability to work with a diverse population to resolve chronic and crisis issues that are likely to have a detrimental impact on the health and well-being of families and the community.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge and skills required of a Social Work professional.
|Code Number||Course Title||Units|
|SW 1||Introduction to Social Work||3|
|SW 7||Introduction to Victimology||3|
|SW 15||Social Welfare: People with Disabilities||3|
|SW 26||Introduction to Gerontology||3|
|SW 45||Stress, Change & Managing Roles||3|
|SW 207||Development of Helping/Listening Skills||3|
|SW 242||Conflict Resolution/Mediation||3|
|SW 260||Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence||3|
|ETHST 1||Introduction to Ethnic Studies||3|
|or ETHST 1H||Honors Introduction to Ethnic Studies|
|or SOCIO 11||Race & Ethnic Relations in the U.S.|
|or SOCIO 11H||Honors Race & Ethnic Relations in the US|