2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Feb 24, 2024  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SWK 796 - Comprehensive I


Units: 4
When Offered: Spring
This course is designed to support the Doctor of Social Work student in completing their Comprehensive Project which is the final demonstration of skills and knowledge mastery. Students in this course will participate in weekly seminar-style meetings with their instructor/advisor and focus group members. The Comprehensive Project focuses on the development of evidence-based, best practices in applied knowledge that will be relevant to the social work profession and prepare the student to be capable of functioning as a scholar-researcher in the future. The final product of the Comprehensive Project may take several forms and students will work closely with their instructor/faculty advisor to identify the format that best fits their research agenda and career trajectory. Successful completion and defense of the Comprehensive Project is required for Doctor of Social Work students to become eligible for degree conferral.
Grade Type: Letter Grade
Prerequisite(s): Successful Completion of the Qualifying Examination



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