SW 603 - Advanced Organizational Social Work Practice: Program Management, Supervision, and Professional Ethics
 
(3 cr.) Students expand their knowledge and understanding of human service organizations and learn about approaches for designing and managing human service programs effectively. Organizational and management theories and principles are applied to a range of human services. Students are exposed to various management practices such as strategic and program planning, information systems development, leadership and organizational change. Students learn to understand the meaning of evidence-based practice in the context of human services management and learn to use logic models in the design, implementation and evaluation of intended program outcomes. Emphasis is placed on organizational practice within the field of behavioral health in primary care settings. Career development is discussed. Course is taken concurrently with SW 602 (or after SW 602 for India students). Prerequisite: SW 600, SW 601; Every Year, Spring
 
Sessions

Spring 2015