This course will provide an integration of theory and practice from a generalist social work perspective in the context of a combined experiential learning and classroom-based course. Course content will focus on a variety of strategies for client assessment, intervention, and evaluation of treatment outcome with children, adolescents, adults, families, organizations and communities. Students will develop knowledge and skills in the following areas: theories to guide interviewing, organizational assessment and change, assessment, and practice evaluation. Child therapy, family assessment, and group therapy will be discussed. Prerequisites: SW 202, SW 303A, SW 304A, SW 330. Students must be engaged in an internship/service learning experience (8 hours per week) as requirement for course enrollment.