8 Units


The course provides opportunities for students to put theories into practice. Students will be placed in a social service setting for supervised practice. Through exposure to real-life situations and a reflective learning process, the course aims to help students to apply principles and methods of social work intervention in practice, to make differential use of community resources, to function effectively in organizational context, to develop their professional qualities and competence, and then to become an independent professional social worker. Prerequisite: SOWK 5951, SOWK 5952, SOWK 5953 and SOWK 5955.