Oct 03, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

SW 4600 - Field Preparation and Professional Development (1)


When Offered: Fall; Spring
This course will prepare students for entering their field placements by introducing placement and career readiness skills (such as interviewing and resume development) and skills necessary for successfully working in professional environments. Students will establish learning goals for their internships, learn about taking safety precautions for their protection, and learn how to participate in professional supervision. During the course, students will apply for Field Placement, develop resumes, engage in mock interviews to prepare, arrange required interviews with identified social work agencies, and complete required placement contracts and other agency and/or university requirements such as drug testing and background checks.
Prerequisites: admission to the professional sequence; Course must be taken the semester immediately prior to the Field Placement semester unless an exception is granted by the Field Director.