You should live in this LC if you have declared Social Work as your major. Join this community and utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills while showing compassion for marginalized populations. The Social Work Learning Community will also develop relationships with Social Work faculty members which will help you succeed and enhance your skills as a becoming social work professional.
This community is historically located in Holmquist Hall.
PSY 113: Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
SW 250: Introduction to Social Welfare and Social Work (3 credits)
SW 330: Human Behavior and the Social Environment (3 credits)
SOC 110: Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
PSY 202: Developmental Psychology (3 credits)
BIO 248: Intro to Public Health (3 credits)
SW 400: Research Methods in Social Work (3 credits)
SW 420: Generalist Practice: Individuals (3 credits)