This course focuses on social work methods relevant for practice with macro systems through investigating theory and learning and practicing skills and techniques that help to effect change, solve problems, and enhance social functioning. This course includes content on macro practice contexts (i.e. communities and neighborhoods, and organizations) and the components of an effective change process (i.e. building power, planning, mobilizing human resources, securing financial resources, marketing and public relations, developing organizations, taking action, and evaluating change). Students participate in an engaged learning process by providing service to a community-based human services agency. Issues of race, class, gender, age, environment, sexual orientation, globalization, oppression, and privilege are explored within the context of generalist social work practice.Prerequisite: SWK 3200 Engaging the Change Process: Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families and Senior st