Grading is an important function of assigning final course evaluation to students. The process consists of shaping exams and assignments to the course goals and objectives. Also, it entails creating evaluation criteria/standards that students have ready access. Consequently, the Social Work Program uses the following student performance policy comprising both academic and professional evaluation.
Each faculty member (full-time & adjunct) must:
The Social Work Program has adopted the following standards for grading for all social work courses, including practicum.
A = 100-93 B+ = 92-87 B = 86-83
C+ = 82-77 C = 81-73 D = 72-67
F = Below 66
Finally, since the Social Work Program is a professional program, it has deemed the following to be in violation of the NASW Code of Ethics. Any observation of the following must be reported to the Program Director or Field Practicum Coordinator.
Access and review of the student performance policy is on the website at http://puffin.creighton.edu/swk/index.htm, Student Handbook, Practicum Manual, and Adjunct Faculty materials.