Social Work Planning

This course examines the theory and practice of social planning in an era of dramatic change. Technological advance, globalization of the economy, the information highway, deficit reduction, devolution, institutional restructuring and program rationalization are some of the forces that have destabilized traditional assumptions and practices related to social planning. Students will review the evolution of social planning, consider its limits and explore the prospects for new practice models and theoretical paradigms that reflect contemporary reality. cr 3

SWRK-5037EL
Social Work
3.00
GR