Senior Seminar serves as the social work capstone course, and has three purposes: 1. To help students understand and explore ethical issues and dilemmas that confront social workers in practice with clients, colleagues, supervisors, agencies and communities. A model for ethical decision-making is presented and applied. Students consider how gender, racial, and/or mental disability influence value systems and impact ethical decision making in practice. 2. To provide a locus for oversight and coordination of the Senior Capstone Conference, with the course instructor serving as mentor in the presentation preparation process. Individual meetings with the mentor constitute the fourth credit of this course. 3. Students of this course complete a professional electronic social work portfolio. Enrollment Requirements: Corequisite: SOW 3620. Students have generally completed all other courses in the major.