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This course allows students opportunities to apply theoretical frameworks for assessing and organizing knowledge of human behavior and the social environment in conjunction with social systems, to understand individual, family, group, organizational, and community systems. Attention is paid to human diversity, discrimination, and oppression.
Minnesota State University Mankato and the Department of Social Work offers an undergraduate, accredited Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW) degree. The BSSW Program at Minnesota State University Mankato is an outstanding example of what Minnesota State University does best – teaches students to use critical thinking and problem solving approaches to apply their knowledge, values, and skills for ‘Big Ideas. Real World Thinking” to social, economic, political, and environmental problems. The librarian who works with Social Work students is Kellian Clink. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org