1: Students will apply critical thinking skills
within the context of profesisonal social work practice.
Students will apply the value base of the profession and its
ethical standards and principles, and
Students will describe the forms and mechanisms of oppression
and discrimination and apply
strategies of advocacy and social change that advance
social and economic justice.
Students will describe and interpret the history of the social
work profession and its contemporary
structures and issues.
Students will apply the knowledge and skills of generalist
social work practice with systems of all
Students will use theoretical frameworks supported by empirical
evidence to understand individual
development and behavior across the life span and the
interactions among individuals
and between individuals and families, groups, organizations,
Students will evaluate research studies, apply research findings
to practice, and evaluate their own
Students will use communication akills differentially acorss
client populations, colleagues, and
Students will use supervision and consultation appropriate
to social work practice.
Students will function within the structure of organizations
and service delivery systems and seek
necessary organizational change.
Students will write clearly, concisely, and with good grammar,
punctuation, and spelling.
Outcome 12: Students
will speak clearly, concisely, and with conviction.
Updated November 21, 2008