The field education experience is valued as one of the most important elements in students’ social work education.
Field placement is a supervised internship at an organization providing social work services. It’s a vital part of your social work education. Bachelor’s and master’s social work degree programs provide field placement opportunities so students can complete required hours of social work practice.
Our generalist and advanced generalist social work practice opportunities implement the knowledge, values, and skills learned in the classroom as well as expand practice skills that address foundation and concentration-level practice behaviors and competencies.
Browse the Field Education Resources links for field education requirements that are pertinent to your program or interests.