EXCP 3315: Law and Social Work

Course Department
Credits 3
Course ID
009385
Focuses on the creation and application of laws in various areas of society. Investigates the workings of the United States court system, as well as how laws are actually carried out. Addresses the intersection of law and society including the organizations and policies involved in social services delivery. Provides an overview of human functioning in the environment by studying legal frameworks and societal structures. Builds knowledge and values for practice with task groups, organizations, and communities.
Requisites
EXCP Course Prerequisites: Social Innovation and Human Service major, prior completion of AAS Degree in Pragmatic Studies.
Semester Offered