How can social workers be innovation leaders? What can social work and business school students accomplish for the community when they work together?
An exciting course this fall explores how two different disciplines –business and social work –can work together to develop solutions to a real-world problem faced by a social services organization. Learn a blend of theory and practice needed to build community-based consulting and project management skills. Social workers can apply these skills in a variety of macropracticesettings including administration, organizational capacity building and program evaluation in the nonprofit, corporate or public sector roles. Contact Professor Judy Krysik (email@example.com) for more information.
The course is co-taught by faculty from both the School of Social Work and the W.P. Carey Business School.