Please if you have a syllabus that you are willing to share, or other relevant materials on international social work send them to us at KAKI@cswe.org.
Course syllabus by Monit Cheung. This course emphasizes comparative approaches to the analysis of child welfare policies and the service delivery systems in China and the United States.
Resource Added: 11/04/2009
Course syllabus by David Gillespie. This course offers a framework to prepare future social workers for effective disaster management. It integrates current practice with this rapidly rising area of need.
Course syllabus by Rashmi Gupta The purpose of this course is to provide students with a knowledge base from an international perspective necessary for social work practice with the aged and their families.
Course syllabus by Susan Mapp. A study of global issues focusing on social issues affecting the Global South. Issues to be examined will include AIDS/health care, modern slavery, refugees, and poverty.
Course syllabus by Terry Carrilio. This course is intended to introduce students to the role of social work in international
development, with a focus on the Baja Peninsula.
Course syllabus by Dr. Edith A. Lewis. This course attempts to prepare students for international social work or for work with immigrant and refugee populations in the United States by encouraging the development of appropriate strategies for working with those whose worldviews are beyond the narrow cultural contexts of this country.
Course syllabus by Frederick Ahearn, Jr. This course builds upon and expands on the knowledge, values, and
skills of social policy, development, and evaluation.
Resource Added: 02/25/2011
Course syllabus by Alice Butterfield Johnson This seminar is designed designed to prepare students for international social welfare practice abroad and/or for transnational work in the United States with immigrants, foreign students, international adoption, etc.
Course syllabus by M. A. Small. The course examines the processes that characterize the transitions of displace women, children, youth, and families within their country of origin and in integration into new countries
Resource Added: 10/07/2010