2014-2015 University Catalog
Social Work Professional Values and Ethics.
Three semester hours.
Review of basic social work values and of the NASW Code of Ethics. The rights of various client groups such as children, the elderly, people with physical and mental disabilities, and immigrants, will be considered in relation to the Code of Ethics. The examination of ethical dilemmas that arise across social work settings (i.e., in medical, child protection, and juvenile justice setting) and in organizations will be used as case examples. Review of state licensing law, including levels of licensure, eligibility for licensure, and the requirements to maintain licensure will be presented. Prerequisite: Admission to the major.
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