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This course provides students with knowledge, values, and skills for multilevel generalist practice. It prepares students for direct and indirect service delivery involving intervention model; micro, mezzo, and macro skills, planning; risk management and crisis intervention; termination, evaluation, and follow-up. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: SW 150, SOC 101, PSY 101, PLS 102; and SOC 105 or or SOC 252; and ECO 210 or ECO 211 or SOC 315. Corequisites: SW 319, SW 340, SW 348.