A process seminar designed to aid candidates for the dual-degree Master of Divinity/Social Work in drawing together field experience and academic study. The integration of ethics, principles, and theological belief systems present in society are explored and discussed.  This seminar will assist students in identifying immediate vocational possibilities and long-term aspirations as practitioners in religious institutions and social work settings.

Prerequisite: Restricted to dual-degree MDiv/MSW students with either Columbia University School of Social Work or Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.

Note: Required for MDiv students with a concentration in Ministry and Social Work.