The introductory field experience for the social work major provides the student with the opportunity for direct exposure to social service in an agency setting. Through affiliation with an agency as service provider, the student observes the nature of the client-worker relationship. The development of perceptual orientation and description skills is emphasized through varied levels of observation. The student will spend up to eight (8) hours per week for ten (10) weeks in an agency setting. Oral and written reports are required. Sites are approved by Field Placement Director. Prerequisite: SWK 24103 (May be taken concurrently.).
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer for 1-2 Semester hours.