Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor was knowledgable on the material and conveyed the information efficiently. The professor was passionate about the topic and used class time effectively.
We learned a basic overview of the history, purpose, structure and costs of contemporary American social welfare policy and programs. The course focused on the role of a social worker in those settings. The topics we went over are poverty, child welfare, health and mental health care, civil rights regarding age, disability, sexual orientation, gender and race.
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Advice for students:
Do not procrastinate. The course is full of information to learn and the readings help contribute but the lectures are a must to attend.