SOW 4910 - Senior Seminar
Senior Seminar serves as the social work capstone course with three purposes:
- To help students understand and explore ethical issues and dilemmas that confront social workers in practice with clients, colleagues, supervisors, agencies and communities. Models for ethical decision-making are presented and applied.
- To provide a locus for oversight and coordination of the Senior Capstone Conference, with the course instructor serving as mentor in the presentation preparation process.
- Students of this course complete a professional electronic social work portfolio. This is a hybrid course, half of which takes place in the classroom and the other half through individual mentoring appointments and online completion of the Social Work e-Portfolio.
Only open to social work majors.
Corequisite: SOW 3620 . Students have generally completed all other courses in the major.
Oral Intensive. Offered in the Spring Semester