Field Experience

Course Description

Psychology 496

Field experience provides students with a unique opportunity to have psychology-related experiences outside of the classroom to obtain course credit. Through field experience, students apply information learned in the classroom while working with the community and learning about possible career opportunities related to psychology. In addition, students write weekly journal entries and participate in class discussions. Students earn one course credit for every three hours of field work conducted each week. Work may be paid or volunteer, but must be approved by the field experience instructor. Field experience is strongly recommended for students wishing to pursue a career in clinical or counseling psychology.

For more information download the course description or contact Cassie Gilbert.




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