SW 4440 - Social Work Practicum: Child and Family Services
This is a pass/fail course
The practicum engages students in 450 hours of supervised social work practice and provides opportunities to apply classroom learning in the field setting. This practicum is for students in the Child and Family Services Option and includes settings that provide services for child protection, runaway and homeless youths, homeless families, foster care, home finding, child care, domestic violence, school social work, rape crisis services, teen pregnancy and juvenile justice. Placement occurs in the senior year; taken concurrently with SW 4550. The practicum is arranged on an individualized basis in consultation with the faculty Field Education Director. Transfer credit cannot be applied to the Practicum. Paid field placements are prohibited. In special circumstances, with the permission of the Field Education Director, students may secure a stipend or scholarship from the field agency. Existing paid employment cannot qualify as a field placement. For majors only. Pass/No Pass. Last offering Spring 2018. Prerequisite(s): permission of Field Education Director. Corequisite(s): SW 4550.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.