2701315 Human and Social Development
Course Description :
The focus of this course is on the principles of life-span development, and the implications of these principles for educational practice, social policy formation, and self-understanding. The aim of the course is to provide students with a foundation of knowledge that will help students to learn how to plan, monitor, and evaluate programs and services. Students will also be taught how to construct an intervention program, evaluate community organizations and services by examining various data sources and using analytic methods. Students will be trained how to apply strategies to develop and conduct program evaluations.
Department :Social Work
Program :Bachelor Degree in Social Work
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :

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