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Social work: Course Content


Course description

Course Description | Faculty of Architecture


Social Work and its definition 

Relationship with Sociology

Sociological theory and its applications to Social Work

d) Methods of Social Work

e) Case Work

f) Group Work

g) Community Development

Relevant books

Learning Objectives

1. General:                                                                              Specifics:  

a. To develop ethically knowledgeable and practicing professionals                        ▪ To understand the basic concept of Islamic teachings

b. To prepare a good Muslim professional                                                                   To comprehend the fundamentals and pillars of Islam

c. To develop a balanced dynamic and whole some personality                                  Realize the elements and characteristics of Islamic civilization

. Skills:                                                                                      Attitude/Behavior:

▪ To Analyze and evaluate critically the new challenges facing Islam in the world .     To practice the pillars of Islam and  Students will be able to deal more effectively with the people in the world in

  light of Islamic teachings.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    


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Teaching Methodology:

Teaching Methods: Methodological Approach vs. Creative Techniques

Teaching Methodology:

1. Interactive lectures

2. Discussions which links to theory to practice

3. Demonstration/Presentations/Microteaching

4. Community Projects

5. In-House Seminars/Sessions and Workshops

6. Study Visits