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04/15/19

Child Advocacy Studies Micro-Credential Fall Course Elective

Posted by Tim on April 15, 2019 in Academics, New Programs

Are you interested in working with children or families?

Child maltreatment remains a devastating and prevalent experience for children in the United States and around the globe. The Child Advocacy Studies Micro-Credential (CAST) classes are open to students from any major and are intended to prepare students in their future careers to recognize and respond to child maltreatment. They may be taken as a set, culminating in a digital badge, or as stand-alone courses (except for SW 235). These courses are geared towards students who plan on any career that involves working with children or families, including nursing, education, human services, medicine, law, psychology, or many other fields.

The courses are:

·         SW 225: Perspectives on Child Maltreatment and Advocacy

                           Offered Fall 2019, M/W, 10:00 -11:20 AM | #22740

·         SW 235: Professional and System Responses to Child Maltreatment*

                          *Requires completion of SW 225

                            Offered Spring 2020

·         SW 245: Global Child Advocacy Issues

                           Offered Spring 2020

For more information, please contact UB’s School of Social Work Assistant Professor Patricia Logan-Greene at (716) 645-1533 or PBLOGANG@BUFFALO.EDU. Visit the website for additional details.