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SOWK 316 - Social Justice and Anti-oppressive Practices

3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to increase students’ awareness of the dimensions of human diversity, equity, and inclusion. Students will learn to articulate and apply multicultural and social justice practice frameworks, critical theories, and a human rights perspective to address complex social problems. Students will be prepared to integrate these concepts into future ethical decision-making and practice with historically excluded and underserved populations.

Comment(s): Students enrolled in the Social Justice minor may register for course with departmental approval.
Registration Restriction(s): Social work majors only.



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