HSW 230: Field Internship and Seminar I
This course integrates students into the working world by having them complete field work in human service agencies. The students have an opportunity for a variety of experiences based on their placement. The field work will be integrated with course work during a one hour seminar. Learning objectives will be individualized according to the field internship and career goals of each student. Instructor approval for enrollment in this course will be based on previous course completion, documented acceptance to HSW program, exhibiting behaviors as described in the HSW student handbook and a secured placement.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; HSW 100, HSW 200 and SOC 220, minimum grade "C"; consent required; students must secure placement and submit required paperwork to be considered for permission to enroll
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