Human Services Minor

Students majoring in disciplines other than Social Work may minor in Human Services. Students in the minor take a minimum of seven courses (19 credits):

SWK-120Social Problems: Analysis by Race, Class and Gender3
SWK-120SSocial Problems: Service Learning1
SWK-190History of Social Work and Social Welfare Policy3
SWK-215Human Behavior and Diversity I3
SWK-216Human Behavior and Diversity II3
Two 300-level Social Work electives6
Total Credits19

For students majoring in Psychology and minoring in Human Services:

Social Work will accept from the Psychology Department either PSY-220 Child Development (development from conception to adolescence) for SWK-215 Human Behavior and Diversity I (birth through middle childhood) or PSY-230 Adolescent and Adult Psychology (adolescence through stages of adulthood) for SWK-216 Human Behavior and Diversity II. Of the two electives in the minor, at least one needs to be 1 (3) credit Social Work course or 3 (1 credit) Social Work workshops.