Community Organization as a Social Work
Process distinct from Case Work and Group Work, which are concerned with the Welfare of individuals through inter-personal and intra-group relationships, is interested in intergroup relationships.
It is directed to providing services for people with special needs
This course introduces
basic concepts, procedures
and policies involved in establishing and maintaining social welfare
organization and in implementing social welfare policies and programs.
the course aims to nurture learners’ understanding of
needs of our society and to develop skills to
contribute to enhancing the quality of life among marginalized sections of the
This course introduces you to descriptive and rudimentary inferential statistics for social workers.
Learn methods of data collection, graphing, and summarizing. Students will review basic statistical methods (Descriptive and Inferential Statistics; Measures of Association), and become familiar with basic parametric and non-parametric techniques.