Course Overview

Prerequisites: formal admission to BSW program; a “C” or better in SOWK 1301, 3303, 3304, 3313, 3314, 3302, 3331; a “B” in SOWK 4212 and 4341/4541; a 2.5 cumulative GPA in all social work courses taken to date; a 2.5 overall GPA; and formal admission to the Field Experience. Corequisite: SOWK 4342/4542. Pre or corequisite: SOWK 4333. Field Seminar II is the second of two seminars that provide the student with the opportunity to integrate knowledge and insights developed in the classroom by exploring the field experience through the group process. The Generalist Intervention Model of engagement, assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and termination is the basis for student learning and self-evaluation. Seminar II builds on the strengths and experience of Seminar I to further student development toward full integration of knowledge, skills and values in generalist practice. Group discussion and process, the basis and coordination of skills, establishment of values, collaboration with colleagues, and community visits provide the framework to identify as a professional social worker. Student must receive a “B” or higher to move on to graduate. Two credit hours.

Course Details

  • Course credit hours: 2