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the course studeis the interation between socail policies and styles of planing of socail work organizations responsible for the applications.
the course analyses the starting point of professional responsiblity is quality of work and competence > socail workers are expected to be able to perform the functions they assigned. Aside from the course made for students to develope skills under the supervision of qualified and experienced socail workers and what is expected of socail workers from the work future they do ; those for whom,and with whom, they do that work; and the setting in which they do it.
the course analyses practice assumptions and methods intervention strategies and methods like empowerment and advocacy from deferent resourses and students practice will be highlighted in community issues.
the national education subject comes out of a group of Jordanian constants most importantly the Islamic Sharia,the great arab revolution principles, the Jordanian constitution and the national and global experiance. The main purpose from teaching this subject is characterized in three main dimensions: consolidate belonging, loyalty and pride in the nation, people and system, rehabilitating the students to perform their various roles as jordanian citizens who support and participate in the jurney of comprehensive national development.
The first of two social work research courses, this course introduces various social work research methods and techniques. The basic problem-­‐solving process is presented and related to other research methods. Students will develop beginning skills in research and evaluation methods through the use of practical applications to learn how to critically evaluate research studies and to find answers to research questions
As the second of the two social welfare policy and services courses, this course reviews the theory, knowledge, research values, and skills of social welfare policy and services analyses. Emphasis is upon the processes and methods for understanding and analyzing social welfare policies/services. Various welfare policy/services assumptions, socioeconomic political values, and analysis frameworks are examined
This is a 400 plus clock hours practicum placement that builds on the competencies gained in the social work courses. The practicum is educationally directed, coordinated, and monitored for all students. Structured learning opportunities allow students to compare their practice experiences, integrate knowledge acquired in the classroom, and expand knowledge beyond the scope of the practicum setting. The practicum is taken concurrently with this course.
This introduction course examines various social, cultural, and historic events perspectives that pertain to society and human rights. Various concepts and implications for human rights will be reviewed.
This course examines the practice of medical social work in assisting individuals and families in need of medical care, including emotional support that enable them to overcome the psychosocial problems pertaining to illness and hospitalization. And, to master strategies that enable patients to access other resources and assistance that mitigates illnesses and enhances health.
This course deals with the basic concept related to the social theories. And focusing on the applied dimension for the theories and the forms related to the professional practice of social work. Also, the social worker use it in the intervention in all methods (Individual, groups, community) to enable the student of recruit those theories and models of the intervention using the critical thinking.