SW 1300: the Why and How of Social Services is a new course being offered beginning in the fall 2012 (CRN 29267). This course fulfills the Individual or Group Behavior requirements in the Social & Behavioral Sciences area of the Core Curriculum and will be held MWF 9-9:50 am. Enroll in SW 1300 for a lively, fun semester examining the broad range of services meant to promote human well-being and control human behavior in society. Come to learn about different services offered in our society for a variety of different groups, about different perspectives on why, or even if, society should provide social services, and even how different societies approach the same issues. Come and put your two cents into the debate!
Sociology, Anthro and Social Work