SOWK6101: Professionalism 101

Class Program
Credits 1 2

The purpose of this class is to provide students with basic knowledge about professionalism in social work settings. This includes time management, attendance and demeanor, paperwork completion, confidentiality, etc. Students can choose to take this course or they may be mandated to take it based on non-passing field grades, excessive absences or habitually late work submissions. This course may be used for elective credit at the discretion of the program director. Optional Requirement: Students taking this class may be required to complete 100 hours of volunteer work in a social service setting, to be identified by the Social Work program. This requirement is typically assigned when a student fails field seminar.