Salem State Online Credit Course Schedule
Below is a searchable list of Salem State Online undergraduate Continuing Education and Graduate credit courses. Please locate the course or courses you wish to take and make note of the class number, catalog number, and section number. Once you have found all of your courses, you can follow the How to Register link for instructions on how to enroll. You should also make sure you follow the rest of the "Quick Start" steps outlined on the Salem State Online homepage.
Summer 2013 Online Courses
|Continuing Education Online Course Details|
|Title||Race, Class & Ethnicity: Their Impact Upon the Social Services|
|Prerequisites||SOC201 and PSY101 or approval of Department Chairperson|
|Summer 2013 Classes|
|21||1633||7/8/13 - 8/16/13||TBA||TBA||Online||Shannon A Mokoro|
The purpose of this course is to explore the consequences of race, class and ethnicity for social welfare institutions and social work professionals. Among the topics explored are the psychological and institutional consequences of oppression and minority-group status; institutional racism; the helping relationship in the intercultural setting; and alternative strategies for eliminating discriminatory and oppressive social policies. Readings, class discussions, and experiences aim to assist students in developing interculturally-sensitive social work values and techniques. Three lecture hours per week. Required of all Social Work majors and minors.
This class has minimum technical requirements.