(F, S) This course is an introduction to the helping professions, with a particular emphasis on the nature of generalist social work practice. Content includes professional values and ethics, theoretical orientations, social and economic justice, diverse populations, and human services delivery philosophies and settings. A 15 hour service-learning experience in a human service organization is required of all students. Prerequisite: Open to all students. Counts toward the Liberal Education Core, Social & Behavioral Sciences' Paradigms and Individuals Disciplines.