Substance Abuse Emphasis


Supporting Courses34-37
English Composition II: Composition and Rhetoric (Satisfied for students with an ACT English score of 32 or higher)
Introduction to Lifespan Development
Foundations of Social Welfare Policy
Statistics (choose one course):
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics (Students are strongly encouraged to take this)
Introductory Statistics
Human Behavior (choose one course):
First Nations and The Sacred
Introduction to First Nations Studies: The Tribal World
Fertility, Reproduction, and Family Planning 1
The Biology of Women 1
Gender Development Across the Lifespan 1
Infancy and Early Childhood Development
Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development
Adult Development and Aging
Cultural Psychology
Psychology of Women and Gender 1
Psychology of Cognitive Processes
Abnormal Psychology
You and Your Future: Living and Working in an Aging Society
Government (choose one course):
American Government and Politics
Introduction to Public Policy
Social Environmental Challenges (choose one course):
Gender and the Law 1
Gender and Economic Justice
Introduction to First Nations Studies: Social Justice
Women and Gender in First Nations Communities 1
Environmental Psychology
Travel Course
Urban Sociology
Urban Social Problems
Urban Politics and Policy
Community Politics
Urban Geography
Community Economic Development
Social Theory (choose one course):
Freedom and Social Control
Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies 1
Law and Society
Power and Change in America
Feminist Theory 1
First Nations Intellectual Traditions
First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments
Social Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Women's Studies (choose one course):
One Women's and Gender Studies course required. Courses listed above or any course with a WOST prefix may be used to satisfy this requirement.
Biological Life Sciences (choose one course):
Any course meeting the “Biological Sciences” general education requirements, including any courses listed above, may be used to satisfy this requirement. 2
Ethnic Studies (choose 1 course):
Any course meeting the "Ethnic Studies Perspective" general education requirements, including any courses listed above, may be used to satisfy this requirement. 3
Upper-Level Courses38
Professionalism and Teamwork in Social Work
Research Methods for Generalist Social Work Practice
The Social Work Profession
Social Work Skills Lab I
Social Work Skills Lab II
Social Work Methods I
Human Behavior and the Social Environment
Field Practicum I & Integrative Seminar
Field Practicum II & Integrative Seminar
Social Work Methods II
Social Work Skills Lab III
Social Work Methods III
Social Work Skills Lab IV
Social Policy Analysis I
Social Policy Analysis II
Program Evaluation I
Program Evaluation II
Required Courses for the Emphasis12
Drugs and Behavior
Counseling and Psychotherapy
Strengths-Based Group Facilitation