Course Information

SWK-3110

Survey of the American social welfare systems. Analogy of the history, purpose, programs, and assessment of this system from a biblical theistic point of reference. Examines social welfare policies and programs in relation to their effects on specific populations in need in U.S. society. Within a historical and political context, current social welfare programs and policies are further examined in terms of underlying assumptions and values, substance, implementation, and effectiveness. Considers major questions of social choice and the underlying criteria for the funding and delivery of social services. Policy analysis will be a major focus. Innovative programs and models that the churches could consider will be discussed and developed. Prerequisite: Admission to the Social Work Program.

Fees:
$35
Credits:
4.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Social Work [SW]
Subject:
Social Work [SWK]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2014FA, 2014SU, 2013FA, 2012FA, 2011FA, 2011S3, 2010FA, 2010S3, 2009FA, 2008FA, 2007FA, 2007S4, 2006FA, 2005FA, 2004FA, 2004SP, 2003FA, 2003SP, 2002FA
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2014FA01WI 208 LEC MW 11:00AM-12:40PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
2522
2014SU01ONL
Dates: 05/27/14-08/15/14
183