2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

SWK 214 Social Work and Human Trafficking

This course is designed to help students to expand knowledge and awareness of contemporary human trafficking and modern day slavery, both domestically and globally. Topics of discussion include historical perspectives of slavery, various forms and causes of human trafficking, psychological impact of human trafficking, resources for victims, policies and programs for addressing this social ill. The student will cultivate a biblical and practical response to human trafficking.