Accreditation - Student Outcomes

  • All Council on Social Work Education programs measure and report student learning outcomes.  Students are assessed on their mastery of the competencies that comprise the accreditation standards of the Council on Social Work Education. These competencies are dimensions of social work practice that all social workers are expected to master during their professional training.A measurement benchmark is set by the social work programs for each competency. An assessment score at or above that benchmark is considered by the program to represent mastery of that particular competency.

    Student Outcomes

    COMPETENCY

    COMPETENCY BENCHMARK

    PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK

     

    80% of students will be rated at 3 of 5 on the field eval and 100% will pass oral and written comps. Students cannot graduate without passing oral and written comps.

    Scoring on Field Exam is identified after this table.

     


    Identify as a Professional Social Worker

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related tothe competency and passing this area on written and oralcomps.

    93%

    Apply Ethical Principles

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Apply Critical Thinking

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Engage Diversity in Practice

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.. 

    100%

    Advance Human Rights/ Social and Economic Justice

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related tothe competency and passing this area on written and oralcomps.

    93%

    Engage Research Informed Practice/

    Practice Informed Research

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related tothe competency and passing this area on written and oralcomps.

    100%

    Apply Human Behavior Knowledge

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related tothe competency and passing this area on written and oralcomps.

    100%

    Engage Policy Practice to Advance Well-Being and Deliver Services

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Respond to Practice Contexts

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Practice Engagement

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Practice Assessment

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Practice Intervention

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Practice Evaluation

    Average of 3 of 5 on field evaluation items related to the competency and passing this area on written and oral comps.

    100%

    Rating Scale for Student Field Education Experience

    Rating Scale for Student Field Education Experience

    5

    The student demonstrated excellence or mastered this competency area for generalist social work practice

     

     

    4

    Student demonstrated the expected competency in this area for a senior level placement in generalist practice

     

     

    3

     

    Student gaining knowledge and some practice experience in meeting the competency expectations in this generalist practice area

     

     

    2

    Student has a beginning knowledge level or skill in thiscompetency area related generalist practice

    1

    Student has not demonstrated or met this competency arearelated to generalist practice

    N/A

    Not applicable, as the student has not had theopportunity to demonstrate this competency but will by the end ofthe semester.

     

     

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