SOCW 486 - Field Practice III BSW Completion
Third course in five-part sequence where students continue to build a professional knowledge base by integrating theories and research-based knowledge with their experiences in the field. In written assignments and class discussions, students frame questions, locate and critically apply relevant professional literature, resolve ethical issues, advance cultural competence, analyze policies, evaluate interventions, and identify goals for further learning. Class discussions provide mutual aid and peer supervision. Classroom seminars, and 16 hours per week of supervised field experience in generalist social work practice. One semester.
Prerequisite(s): SOCW 387 - Field Practice II BSW Completion
Corequisite(s): SOCW 401 - Social Work Methods III BSW Completion or permission of the department chairperson
Other: This course is open to students in the BSW completion program only
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