SWK 463 - Senior Field Seminar - I
To integrate social work theory and knowledge with experience in the agency field practicum, and to develop generalist practice skills in a social service agency setting.
Social Work 462 is Senior field Instruction-l for Fall. Spring semester (Social Work464) students continue in the same agency (Field Instruction-ll) under a qualified agency field instructor for the development of professional skills in providing direct services to individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. Students complete a total of 200 hours in their fall and 200 hours in their spring semester for a total of 400 field hours toward degree completion.
Social Work 463 is Field Education Seminar-l. In Spring, Seminar lI will continue providing a forum for discussion of practical, theoretical and ethical issues arising in the senior social work field practicum. Through senior field instruction and the field seminar, students integrate theory, knowledge and values derived from the foundation courses in the Social Work curriculum with practice in the Social Work agency setting. The Senior Field Instruction and Field Seminar sequence incorporates research, evaluation, knowledge, skills and values derived from foundation courses. Prerequisite(s): SOSCI 210 , SOSCI 220 , SWK 370 , SWK 460 and SWK 462 as well as senior status in the degree program.
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