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Field Practicum I

Field practicum to develop basic intervention and interviewing skills, particularly in the formation of relationships with individuals, families, groups and communities. Students participate in defining learning goals and experiences. Field experience equivalent to 15 hours per week; two terms. Option of equivalent summer block placement in combination with SOC WORK 3D06 taken in the summer. Priority for summer block given to B.S.W. students.


Unit(s): 6.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Full Year Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Bonnie Freeman

Assistant Professor

Sandra Preston

Assistant Professor / Undergraduate Chair of the School of Social Work

Janice Chaplin

Field Education Coordinator and Assistant Professor

Prerequisite: SOC WORK 2B06 or both SOC WORK 2B03 and 2BB3; and SOC WORK 2A06 or both SOC WORK 2C03 and 2D03; Corequisite: SOC WORK 3D06 This course is evaluated on a Pass/Fail basis. Credit in this course is dependent on receiving a Pass and a minimum grade of C+ in SOC WORK 3D06. This course is open only to social work students. Enrolment is limited.