Completion of all 2000 level courses
Students learn the origin of social work administration and its applicability to profit and nonprofit agencies. Work relationships, managerial and supervisory styles, resource planning and procedures for organizing and coordinating interagency business are examined and analyzed so that students are able to assess and determine their roles as prospective administrators in the field.
Required Course Resources:
Management of Human Resources, 5th ed., by Judith A. Lewis, Thomas R. Packard, Michael D. Lewis
(ISBN-13: 978-0-8400-3427-4 | ISBN-10: 0-8400-3427-X)
Course Learning Outcomes:
The student will demonstrate global awareness analyzing societal needs and strengths.
- The student will develop the a ability to form professional relationships with a range of individuals, groups and communities
- The student will develop the ability in differentially assessing the strengths and needs of individuals, groups, and communities using a variety of information gathering techniques.
- The student will develop the ability to plan and implement interventions with and/or on behalf of a range of individuals, groups, and communities based on sound theory and research, and using their strengths and needs
- The student will develop the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written documentation.