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Courses in School of Social Work

Courses in the School of Social Work are listed in the Schedule of Classes under the School of Social Work. Undergraduates wishing further information about course offerings should contact the School of Social Work. The following course counts as an LSA courses for LSA degree credit.

Social Work (SW)
SW 572 / ARCH 609 / EDUC 580 / ENGLISH 528 / KINESLGY 505 / PMR 580 / RACKHAM 580 / SOC 580 / WOMENSTD 590. Topics in Disability Studies
Graduate standing. (1 - 3). May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits.

An interdisciplinary approach to disability studies, including focus on the arts and humanities, natural and social sciences, and professional schools. Some topics include history and culture representation of disability, advocacy, health, rehabilitation, built environment, independent living, public policy. Team taught with visiting speakers. Accessible classroom with real-time captioning.

SW 858 / POLSCI 736 / PUBPOL 736. Poverty and Inequality
Graduate standing and permission of instructor. (3). May not be repeated for credit.

SW 871 / ANTHRCUL 836. Anthropology and Social Work Seminar
(3). May not be repeated for credit.

This seminar is a foundation course for students in the joint Anthropology/Social Work Program. The readings bring together social theory and ethnographic accounts of contemporary social issues at the intersection of the disciplines. Topics may include medicine and health, human and civil rights, urban neighborhoods, immigration, race, ethnicity and gender.

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