SWKE 447 Human Trafficking: Implications for Social Workers


Human Trafficking is a global human rights violation and a complex phenomenon with varied dimensions, including sex trafficking, child trafficking, domestic servitude and forced labor. This course is designed to facilitate students understanding of the dynamics of human trafficking, and its impact on individuals, families, and society.

Often cross-listed with SWKE 547   

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation

Prerequisites -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing

Equivalent Course(s) - SWRK 447, SWKE 447, SWRK 547, SWKE 547
Course History -
Change to prefix 1/2017, effective Fall 2017; Change to credit hours 8/2015, effective Fall 2015; Equivalent course added 3/2015, effective Summer 2015; New Course 2/2015, effective Summer 2015

human trafficking, Social Work 


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