IS4500 - Comparative Social Services
Within this intensive learning process, students gain knowledge about how different systems of healthcare delivery, education and social services exist for the people studied. Examines issues of ethnocentrism, belief systems, social institutions, social values and norms, stereotypes, labeling theory, racism and discrimination. Students understand how society can best respond to the social problems which impact the culture(s) studied. Students may take and receive credit more than once provided that each course taken has a different culture studied. Division of Continuing Education only. Unscheduled. Prerequisite(s): (AN 2210 or SO 2220) and Junior status.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.