SWRK 460 - The Law and Social Work with the Family
Social workers and lawyers frequently find themselves working together dealing with issues and problems involving individuals and families, such as in cases of divorce, child abuse and neglect, child custody, delinquency and mental health. Legal and social work perspectives in terms of client rights, needs and professional goals. Social work practice in the family court arena.
Credit Hours: 3 hrs Major Restrictions: Social Work Majors and Minors only or department permission Graduate Credit: This is an undergraduate course available to graduate students for graduate credit. Last Updated: Graduate Credit 07/2011