SLWK 213 - Social Work Practicum II
Social Work Practicum II
SLWK 213 involves supervised study and practice. You spend three days a week in a social service agency. After an initial orientation period, you are expected to assume responsibility for assigned work in order to enhance your knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes in social work methods, and actively engage in social work practice. During agency work, attention is given to teaching you specific skills, developing competence in terms of offering services to clients, and participating in overall agency programs. Biweekly seminars focus on integrating the program philosophy, common themes and social work theory with practicum experiences. Note: You must achieve a minimum of a "C" grade in this placement in order to get credit for the course.
Prerequisite: Minimum of a C grade in SLWK 206 & SLWK 208 & SLWK 212