Prerequisites: Senior standing, SOWK 201, 301, 342 and formal acceptance into the social work program. (Both semesters/6 credits each)
A field practicum experience in a social service setting that emphasizes application of social work theories, methods and techniques. Students work under the supervision of experienced professional personnel. Two hundred and ten hours of fieldwork and 15 weekly seminar meetings are required for each semester. Each semester-long course comprises a 3-credit practicum graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis and a 3-credit letter-graded seminar.