May 2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
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May 2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MSW 660 - Capstone Social Work Seminar

This course is the final capstone seminar course where students integrate evidence-based practice, theories, the NASW Code of Ethics, policies that influence practice in the field agencies and specialized social work interventions. Integrating knowledge, values, and skills from the curriculum with the field experience is a key focus. The role of MSW supervision and preparation for independent practice, cultural humility, self-care, reflective practice, professional networking and membership, and licensure will all be explored. Students will create a digital portfolio with evidence to support their demonstration of each of the 9 competencies in their specialization areas. Semester Credit Hours: 2.00 Contact Hours: 30/0/0/30 Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: MSW 665 Specialized Social Work Field Practicum II .