Social Work | Generalists Social Work Practice II: Theory and Skill
S332 | 8241 | Malschick

Generalist Social Work Practice II: Theory and Skills is the second course
in the social work practice professional content area.  It provides for an
understanding of the continuum of practice by focusing on the middle and
ending phases of the problem-solving models which reflect the systems
theory, and is a basic context within which generalist practice occurs.
Such a model fosters an understanding of the interrelationship between
social conditions, the individual, family, group, organizational and
community functioning.  This view rests on a framework of values, knowledge
and skills grained in previous courses and requires an understanding of the
profession of social work.