SCWK 8830 Social Work and Spirituality (Spring: 3 )
This course explores spirituality as a core dimension of human development and as a necessary area of concern for social workers including non-religious expressions of spirituality as well as spirituality shaped by religious traditions. We will explore how spirituality contributes to optimal human development and, in particular, the power of spirituality to advance psychosocial competence, coping, and well-being. Although all students will explore common questions and topics students have freedom to responsibly shape their learning experience to advance their specific professional objectives.
Last Updated: 04-Feb-15