Bethlehem University Catalog 2021-2022

Faculty of Arts/ Department of Social Sciences/ Course description

PSYC131 - INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce the learners to the basic principles of psychology through addressing it and importance of evolution stages since inception, right to being an independent science that is based on academic basis. This course also presents the most important schools and trends that explain the human behavior. The course includes key themes of psychology such as cognitive operations, emotions, learning, intelligence, personality and social interaction. This course is a prelude to subsequent for all courses.
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PSYC132 - HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT - 3 credits

This course is offered by the department of Social Sciences to Health Sciences
students. Students explore core concepts and fundamental theories of human
development and growth. The Human Growth and Development Course will
introduce students to the study of human growth and developmental changes across
the lifespan, including physical, behavioral, social, emotional, and cognitive aspects.
This course also examines the influence of genetics and environmental variables on
human development.
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PSYC231 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course presents the learners to a historical introduction to evolution of the cognitive psychology, explaining and defining main terms and concepts in this field. It also considers the basis and laws, and presents basic theories that explain stages of the human development, besides the most important evolutions to different aspects of growth since birth to old age.
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PSYC232 - PSYCHOLOGY FOR HEALTH CARE - 3 credits

This course enables students to acquire the necessary appreciation of the theories of psychology as applied in health care. It includes an awareness of their own behavior and that of others, and its importance in patient-therapist relationships. Topics covered include: perception, motivation, and the development of personality and attitudes. Emphasis is placed on group discussion in order to develop problem-solving skills essential for a competent health care practitioner.
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PSYC233 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course intends to present basic concepts of social psychology, in terms of definition, relation with other sciences, evolution stages, respective research methods and the most important psychological theories that explain social behavior. It also presents the key themes of social psychology such as trends, group building/development, social leadership/knowledge, social influence and group behavior.
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PSYC234 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR HEALTH CARE - 3 credits

This course introduces students to the effects of social groups on the behavior of the individual. The nature and effects of group pressure, relationships and hierarchical structures within social groups and development of attitudes are also studied. Particular attention is paid to the effects of disability, loss, aging, and bereavement.
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PSYC235 - HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT - 3 credits

This course is offered by the department of Social Sciences to Health Sciences
students. Students explore core concepts and fundamental theories of human
development and growth. The Human Growth and Development Course will
introduce students to the study of human growth and developmental changes across
the lifespan, including physical, behavioral, social, emotional, and cognitive aspects.
This course also examines the influence of genetics and environmental variables on
human development.
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PSYC243 - PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS - 3 credits

This course acquaints students with an in-depth analysis of major psycho-social problems as drug addiction, child maltreatment, juvenile delinquency, battered women, societal reactions to mental health problems. Interrelationship among psycho-social problems, policies, social norms and delivery of services in areas of mental health, social welfare and education are discussed. Special attention is given to the identification of and intervention in psycho-social problems.
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PSYC331 - PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT - 3 credits

This course intends to familiarize the learners with the present theories and researches regarding the harmonic psychology, and focuses on main aspects and influencing factors of the psychological and social harmony. It also focuses on factors that influence harmony of individuals as part of different social occasions, and addresses different models of prevention and intervention to improve psychological harmony.
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PSYC333 - CULTURE & PERSONALITY - 3 credits

This course intends to study personality and culture through addressing respective definitions and explaining features, components and how each one of them affects the other. The course also deals with theories that explain personality development in light of the cultural differences.
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PSYC335 - ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course focuses on the concept that abnormal behaviors are no different from other behavior patterns in their development and maintenance. The aim is to acquaint students with a range of approaches to the concept of abnormality by giving a historical introduction to abnormal behavior and diagnostic methods. Students also study theories of abnormality, methods of formulating and measuring abnormal behavior, and its treatment.
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PSYC336 - INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING - 3 credits

This course intends introduces the learners to psychological guidance; its importance, objectives and stages of development. The course also deals with the most important theories and applications of guidance, such as psychological, behavioral, cognitive and human analysis theories, in addition to fields of guidance process, ethical principles, scientific basis, problem solving methods and psychological guidance.
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PSYC341 - GROUP DYNAMICS - 3 credits

This course intends to present concept and theories of the community dynamics, besides nature, formation, growth, activity and production of community, and interactions that happen inside, including the conflicts and coalitions they have and their explanation from a psychological point of view. The course also includes theories explaining community dynamics and how to deal with them, in addition to issues regarding communities such as leadership, how decisions are taken and role of leadership thereto.
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PSYC343 - POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course intends to present concept and theories of the community dynamics, besides nature, formation, growth, activity and production of community, and interactions that happen inside, including the conflicts and coalitions they have and their explanation from a psychological point of view. The course also includes theories explaining community dynamics and how to deal with them, in addition to issues regarding communities such as leadership, how decisions are taken and role of leadership thereto.
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PSYC429 - CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

Students are exposed to the history, theory and practice of clinical psychology and its relationship with abnormal psychology and counseling. Students are introduced to clinical practices used for individuals with psychological or clinical behavioral problems. Included in this course are an overview of psychotherapeutic procedures, community intervention, interview and assessment methods, and the use of personality inventories and intelligence tests. Research, ethical issues and professional relationships are also discussed.
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PSYC431 - THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD - 3 credits

This course presents the characteristics of exceptional children and various ways in which they are educated, trained and treated. The focus is on traditional categories of special education, as learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, speech and language disorders, hearing, visual and physical impairment, and giftedness. Emphasis is placed on diagnosis, etiology, assessment and intervention.
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PSYC432 - COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY - 3 credits

This course familiarizes the learners with modern researches and theories that explain how mental process happens inside the brain, and shows relation between these operations and the human behavior through studying different themes, such as attention, recognition, thinking, language, memory, problem solving and decision making
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PSYC435 - BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY - 4 credits

This course is based on PSYC 232, 234 and SOCI 332. It aims to develop an appreciation of the patient as an individual and an understanding of the effects of society upon individual behavior and expectations
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SOCI131 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY - 3 credits

This course introduces the learners to sociology, such as fields and topics taught, intellectual trends with respective readings of social phenomena and issues and basic concepts, key intellectuals (Cont, Durkheim, Fiber, Marx), with due consideration to the historical social intellectual Ibn Khaldun. It also focuses on historical circumstances of sociology and multiple social theories that addressed society with research and analysis, with different introductions and conclusions, so the course is a general introduction to sociology, which addresses topics of family, social interaction, society and culture, social status, gender and body sociology.
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SOCI231 - SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY - 3 credits

This course addresses issues of the family in terms of structure, internal strength relations, relations with other structures in society and multiple influences. To that end, the course addressed the historical evolution of the family, its role, function, position and relation with society as part of the power, authority and dominance relation, and their functions related to system value and ethics system, structural conflicts among generations and gender relations, all associated with the relations system and social engineering inside family and society
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SOCI233 - CLASSICAL THEORY - 3 credits

This course presents development and autonomy of sociology as a science, separated from religious conceptions, as a manifestation of changes originated in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Thus, the course addresses the importance of 'social theory' and the first founders (Cont, Durkheim, Fiber, Marx). The course deals with role of Ibn Khaldun in social thinking as an Arab-Islamic contribution to scientific analysis of the social-historical evolution. The course intends to introduce students to analytical tools of the theorists in their comparisons and reading of social phenomena in contemporary time (with focus on phenomena in the Palestinian society)
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SOCI235 - MODERN SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY - 3 credits

As a sequel of the 'classic sociology theories' course, this course addresses the contemporary social readings based on ideas and theories of the classic sociology (Marx, Durkheim, Fiber), and afterwards shows the contemporary theoretical trends (Frankfurt, structural, featuring, reciprocal, functional structural and symbolic interactive schools), as well as contributions of contemporary theorists (Parsons, Gramchi, Bolanzas, Altosire, Foko), where focus of the course is on modes of control and dominance, whether through the state or dominant status, and through contributions of many theorists (Linen, Foko, Saeed, Bordeo,'). The course addresses three of the important issues of contemporary sociology (culture, modernity, and globalization).
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SOCI244 - PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce students to in-depth analysis of main psychological and social problems, such as drug addiction, child abuse, juveniles, domestic violence, values conflict and conflict of generations, with focus on social and economic policies and their influence on age groups (teenagers, youth, and elderly).
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SOCI245 - STATISTICS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce students to basic principles of statistics and practical applications (e.g.: SPSS), where students are provided with adequate skills to analyze social phenomena statistically using SPSS, and they are taught how to enter/process statistical data, find proper statistical analysis, analyze/read data through result analysis, test hypotheses with proper exams for each or research questions, how to extract results and write proper reports for each hypothesis. The focus will be on measures of central tendency and dispersion, T-test, Q-Squire test, One Way Annova, Correlation, Regression and Multi regression
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SOCI321 - PALESTINIAN SOCIAL HISTORY - 3 credits

The course explores changes in the Palestinian social structure since the late 19th century until the present day resulting from changes at specific points of history. The course addresses the historical point which had an impact in changing the Palestinian social structures. The course will explore changes in the structures of social institutions, process of urbanization and its relation with the development of the middle class, the refugee camp as a place for marginalized groups, changes in social stratification, social structure of authority, and change of roles of social actors and social groups.
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SOCI331 - METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH - 3 credits

This course addresses researching and researchers in social studies as part of an agreed academic methodological framework, in terms of stages and steps of researching, and ethics of researching and social worker, which constitute an academic reference in dealing with social phenomena based on an academic method in social and human researches (qualitative, quantitative). Students will be provided with some skills associated with determining topic and formation of researches with academic ways, besides tools used in information/data collection, classification and analysis
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SOCI332 - SOCIOLOGY FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY - 3 credits

This course focuses on the structure and role of society and the occurrence of socialization in various cultures. Attention is paid to social influences on patterns of disease, inequalities in health and effects of institutionalization.
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SOCI333 - DEMOGRAPHY - 3 credits

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the science of population. Demographic terms, equations and theories are studied in order to understand the significance of vital statistics and the characteristics of the population as they relate to age-sex composition, spatial distribution and other specific indicators. Students are encouraged to focus on their own society and to compare its population data and figures with neighboring and other societies.
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SOCI334 - ARAB SOCIETY - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce students to the Arab society, and analyzes social, cultural, political and economic phenomena in historical and social context. Features of the Arab society at the present time are taught, as well as social, cultural and political systems and their features in social structures and institutions, and individual attitude in the Arab contexts. Moreover, social reality will be presented, which goes through an interim stage characterized with attempts to overcome backwardness and achieve resurrection. Also, social status will be presented, including bias and racist/ sectarian class division.
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SOCI335 - SOCIAL STRATIFICATION - 3 credits

This course addresses class division and association with social movement in societies divided on ethnic and sectarian. The course attempts to establish these topics basically based on theories of Marx, Bolanzas, Altosire, Fiber, so the course links contemporary class division to changes that included labor division, high-level technological development in production, high education opportunities, economic relations and forms of ownership that brought social, economic and political inequality.
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SOCI336 - CIVIL SOCIETY - 3 credits

The course analyzes the body as a cultural, social and political structure. This structure faces various strategy to control, conform, and monitor it from various authorities: social, political, religious, economic in the society. The strategies aims to force conforming, redefinition of the body, and the is reflected in social practices in all fields. The course explores the praxis of authority and the body from renaissance and post renascence theories such as Foco, Fanon, modern feminist theories, to provide students with analytical tools that allow them to understand the Palestinian colonized context.
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SOCI337 - APPLICATION OF RESEARCH METHODS - 3 credits

This course provides students with opportunities necessary to set in action tools, skills, information and techniques taught in courses SOCI 331 and SOCI 245, and their applications within one coordinated research project, where students select research topics according to their interest and desire to apply academic research steps practically. This course prepares students for graduation seminar.
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SOCI338 - DISPLACEMENT & FORCED MIGRATION - 3 credits

This course focuses on displacement and status of the refugee as a social/political process with international and national dimensions, and status in the international and Arab conventions and agreements, especially refugees. The course also focuses on causes and effects of this phenomenon, and solutions proposed as part of changing situations, in addition to experience of the Palestinians refugees with its different dimensions, especially changes that included social groups, classes and foundations.
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SOCI343 - COMPUTER FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES - 3 credits

This course introduces students to the use of the computer and to programs applied in the social sciences. In addition they are introduced to basic knowledge of statistical packages for social sciences. At the completion of the course, students should be able to enter data into the computer and to organize and analyze it.
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SOCI349 - SPECIAL TOPICS - 3 credits

This course is based on interactivity with changes to the Palestinian political, economic, social and cultural scenes, as part of changes witnessed and experienced by the Palestinian society, which makes it possible to monitor and follow up these changes with effective and academic specialty in this field. The course has two sides; the first is cognitive where this phenomenon is covered cognitively, theoretically and intellectually, and the other is applied and associated with researching and academic skills, which help and enable students to discover and comprehend these changes in proper time and place. The lecturer determines topic of phenomenon and course in agreement with vision of the social science department.
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SOCI363 - SOCIOLOGY OF BODY & AUTHORITY - 3 credits

The course analyzes the body as a cultural, social and political structure. This structure faces various strategy to control, conform, and monitor it from various authorities: social, political, religious, economic in the society. The strategies aims to force conforming, redefinition of the body, and the is reflected in social practices in all fields. The course explores the praxis of authority and the body from renaissance and post renascence theories such as Foco, Fanon, modern feminist theories, to provide students with analytical tools that allow them to understand the Palestinian colonized context.
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SOCI389 - SENIOR SEMINAR - 1 credit

This course is only for the seniors, where each selects a research topic and supervised by one of the department professors. Seminars are presented, discussed, defended and evaluated before a panel of professors and students
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SOCI435 - SOCIAL MOVEMENTS - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce basic routes which societies depend on for initiatives, imagination, transformation and changes to their social, revolutionary and reformative institutions and systems, especially in the Arab region and third world countries (south)
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SOCI437 - SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL SERVICE - 3 credits

This course presents an in-depth attempt to understand reality and horizons of 'development' and 'development action' in the whole world in general, and southern countries in particular, especially development impediments, challenges and relations brought by a sociological point of view, which links between theory and application as part of the globalized reality, showing basic theoretical trends to comprehend development and modernization process, mainly modernization theory and dependency theory, represented by theorists Rosto, Lerner, Huntington, Frank and Amin. The course also includes analysis of global development attempts and from several aspects, with studying proposed development alternatives associated with Palestinian individuality as a society under colonial occupation in light of theoretical background on one side, and actual experience on the other hand.
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SOCI438 - ISRAELI SOCIETY - 3 credits

This course addresses individuality of colonial upbringing impact of Israeli society -as a colonial society- on its social structure. The course looks into impact of that structure on ethnic issues, classes and cultural groups inside the Israeli society, with political and ideological programs/structures of parties and movements. The course tackles different topics and structures such as the Moshav and Kibutz, and deals with changes occurred tens of years after establishment, and offers special space for Palestinian communities inside the Israeli society, and discusses colonial relation, and their influence on the Palestinian society on one side, and on internal cohesion or conflict of Israeli society.
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SOCI439 - SOCIOLOGY OF MEDIA & COMMUNICATION - 3 credits

This course discusses relation between society and culture in general, and media/communication between individuals and groups in particular, and pays special attention to influence of globalization from viewpoint of influence of contemporary and media and communication, especially influence and dominance of image and symbols on social relations and identity, attitude and trends of individuals. Thus, the course offers special space for the relation between influence of society community and global society on formation and character and culture of individuals and groups. The course focuses on contemporary topics/concepts to discuss these relations, such as culture marketing, human personality melting, reshape tasteful formation, and reshape relations between individuals on one hand and with their communities on the other hand
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SOCI444 - SOCIOLOGY OF ORGANIZATION - 3 credits

This course intends to provide students with cognitive and practical basis of social institutions (school, social institution, political institution, and economic institution) through understanding functions, roles and modes of decision making there, and addressing modes of management and theories associated with them, and monitor their influence on society and its social/economic formation. On the other hand, the course provides students with practical skills derived from field experience in this regard (management, mobilization, planning, collective action, community docking) through volunteering and practice (50 hours) in social institutions, in agreement with requirements of sociology.
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SOWK131 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WELFARE & SOCIAL WORK - 3 credits

This course is an introduction of the historical background of the evolution of social work. It highlights social work as a basic foundation in the field, and gives a general overview about nature, functions, principles and features of social work. It also introduces the learners some basic principles that social workers address as human needs, and social problems/services at the international level, with focus on Palestinian individuality. This course is a prelude to subsequent all courses.
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SOWK221 - FIELDS OF SOCIAL WORK - 3 credits

This course provides the learners with knowledge about different fields of social work. It focuses on discussing a number of issues such as children, family, school social work, deviation, social work in mental / psychological health, work with the elderly and professional training.
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SOWK231 - HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT - 3 credits

This course provides the learners with knowledge about different fields of social work. It focuses on discussing a number of issues such as children, family, school social work, deviation, social work in mental / psychological health, work with the elderly and professional training.
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SOWK235 - HELPING SKILLS IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE - 3 credits

This course provides the learners with the basic skills used in interviews and intervention sessions with cases. These include communication skills, listening skills and emotion reflection skills, concepts, self-expression and others. The course also includes types of questions used for information collection.
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SOWK245 - STATISTICS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES - 3 credits

This course introduces the learners to basic principles of statistics and their practical applications from theoretical and practical viewpoints, using SPSS. It addresses some practical aspect to be acquainted with statistical hypothesis, natural distribution and how to enter/process statistical data.
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SOWK331 - GROUP WORK - 3 credits

This course introduces the learners to concept, objectives and importance of community service as complementary and integral way with rest of the social work ways. The course addresses principles and foundations of community service, as well as small groups, stages of community formation and evolution, discussion of dynamics in each of these stages and management methods of guidance and supporting groups.
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SOWK332 - METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH - 3 credits

This course intends to study the nature of social researches, with focus on features of researcher and academic methods of social studies. It addresses methods of social and human researches in general, and expansion and depth of quantitative research means and tools in particular. It also explains practical steps followed in quantitative social academic researches, and to introduce academic researching ethics in social and human researches.
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SOWK333 - COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION - 3 credits

This course intends to introduce learners to social communal work at the level of macro action, which focuses on group action, group empowerment, building social capital, social change at society level, survey of society's challenges and resources, determine leaders, system and relations of powers in society and identify communal coalitions and networks.
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SOWK335 - ORGANIZATION THEORY, PRACTICE & CHANGE - 3 credits

This course is an introduction to a cognitive framework for theory and practice of theories and management of institutional attitude. It addresses theories associated with institutional attitude, such as bureaucracy theory, after-bureaucracy theory, leadership theories and institutional field theory. The institution is reviewed as part of the environment in which it exists, and so to interaction of individuals, institutions and institutional environment, and ability of institutions to sustain and develop or not.
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SOWK336 - FIELD WORK PRACTICUM I - 3 credits

In this course the learners are introduced to different social institutions operating in social work in all its different forms, and to know the role of social worker. The course also attempts to help learners in self-comprehension and their relation with nature of the specialty.
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SOWK337 - STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR HUMAN SERVICES - 3 credits

This course targets the strategic planning of social development at the levels of society and institutions. Accordingly, the course studies planning at the macro and meso levels, such as set/enforce policies and strategies and institutional strategic planning. In this course, the learners will study basics and theories of social planning, review different planning models and acquire basic planning skills, from institutional environment analysis to set vision and priorities of the institution and program development.
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SOWK338 - APPLICATION OF RESEARCH METHODS - 3 credits

This course is complementary to the academic research methods course (SOWK 332) and (SOWK 245). It is also a prerequisite to the graduation seminar. It addresses academic social researching methods and tools, how to go in-depth in research means and methods, especially interviews, observation by participation, content analysis and case studies as research tools. The course also intends to give learners skills necessary to deal with and undertake social qualitative research methods.
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SOWK339 - SOCIAL WORK INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY I - 3 credits

This course intends to explain what the individual service is with its features, and shows factors that helped this way of intervention appear. The course highlights professional principles and basis on which the individual service is based, which in turn will provide us with academic basis and principles of social work, which includes professional principles and basis of individual service such as privacy, right to determine and others. The course intends to introduce learners to role of the social worker and different professional stages of the profession.
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SOWK340 - FAMILY INTERVENTION IN SOCIAL WORK - 3 credits

This course intends to provide the learners with theoretical knowledge, family-related concepts and healthy/unhealthy manners, and guides learners in work with family as a system, and attempts to teach different theories in family intervention such as the family evolution theory,syntax theory and Bion theory.
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SOWK389 - SENIOR SEMINAR - 1 credit

This course intends to provide learners with practical application skills for all they learned (knowledge, skills) about academic researching, whether qualitative or quantitative, and statistics, and discusses/evaluates this academic output.
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SOWK400 - SOCIAL WORK & TRAUMA - 3 credits

This course provides the learners with theoretical and practical skills about concept of psychological shocks, crisis, post shock disorder (PTSD) and reaction to shocking incident, and also addresses ways of diagnosis and intervention models/methods in psychological shocks, whether individual, collective, family or social.
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SOWK433 - BRIEF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE MODALITIES - 3 credits

This course aims at explaining both the classic and the contemporary theories of short-term intervention, and intervention theories of crises and emergencies. The course provides learners with knowledge to enable them differentiate between special concepts of short-term intervention, such as crisis, shock, emergency and disasters.
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SOWK437 - FIELD WORK PRACTICUM II - 3 credits

This course aims at associating theoretical material with applied practical reality, and to give trainee learners skills on how to conduct interviews, individual evaluation skills, observation skills, problem identification and goals of the beneficiary and family. The course also intends to give learners preliminary skills about family measurement/evaluation and group action.
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SOWK438 - SOCIAL WORK INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY II - 3 credits

This course intends to provide the learners with a theoretical framework about intervention theories with individuals (macro and meso levels), such as classic and contemporary theories, in addition to modern models and trends of individual intervention.
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SOWK439 - FIELD WORK PRACTICUM III - 3 credits

This course intends to provide the learners with group action and group formation skills, through the various phases of group growth and development. It attempts to provide them with intervention skills, right to individual skills.
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SOWK440 - FIELD WORK PRACTICUM IV - 3 credits

This course intends to teach learners concepts of learning-through-practice, by expanding the learning process to outside of the lecture room, and start advocacy and support projects aimed at marginalized groups, based on the human rights concepts and in agreement with the Palestinian reality.
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