Field Placement

Supervised field placements are an important part of the curriculum and are in all four terms of the program, providing you the opportunity to integrate classroom learning with the realities of day-to-day practice. Many students develop a strong network of references through their field placement experiences and some graduates find employment directly through their practicum agencies.

Examples of field placement environments include:

  • Child and family services
  • Income support programs
  • Health and mental health services
  • Addictions agencies
  • Inner-city services
  • Family Support Services
  • Youth agencies
  • Senior’s facilities
  • Women’s shelters