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Social Work is a concentration of the Sociology major
This concentration focuses on the study of social work practice with emphasis on the historical and philosophical values of social welfare in the United States. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the knowledge and skills needed to provide social work services in today's diverse environment. Experiential learning is a required component with this concentration.
Courses used toward concentrations may be used to meet elective requirements with the exception of CJ 2170, CJ 3300 and CJ3212.
Social WOrk Concentration Courses
|SOC 2310||Introduction to Social Work Practice||3|
|SOC 2410||Working with Individuals||3|
|SOC 2420||Working with Groups and Communities||3|
|SOC 3390||Crisis Intervention||3|
Exploratory Health Professions (EHP) Program
The Exploratory Health Professions (EHP) Program at Curry College is designed to help students interested in health services fields identify and pursue a major that will lead to internships and employment in the health care industry following graduation. Students selected for this program will take a common set of courses their first year and have the opportunity to participate in workshops and events throughout the year that assist with identifying strengths and interests and expose them to options in health related professions. At the end of the first year, EHP students will have the opportunity to declare their major and plan their pathway to graduation.