Skip to content

Diverse Populations

Division: Social and Behavioral Science

Department: Behavioral Science

Course: SW 2400

Title: Diverse Populations

Description: This course examines social and cultural characteristics of various minority groups and emphasizes the use of a variety of resources for addressing/resolving problems faced by minority groups. It is designed to provide content related to the experiences, needs, and responses of ethnic minorities in the United States in order to build community resources to address/resolve potential problems faced by ethnic minorities. Attention will be given to identifying, exploring, and demonstrating the knowledge, values, and skills essential for multicultural competence in both social work and public educational practices. (This course is cross-listed with EDUC 2400)


Courses Taught Fall 2024

SectionScheduleInstructor
2400-N01Taught OnlineRodriguez, David J.

Courses Taught Spring 2025

No courses to display for this term.