Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

PSY 398 Internship in Psychology

2 lecture hours, 8 fieldwork hours; 4 credits. An undergraduate field-based experiential course that allows students to integrate an academic (2-hour weekly) class with an 8-hour weekly work experience in an internship setting. Students observe professionals to obtain experiences within the social service agency, school, psychiatry, industrial organization, applied social psychology, research, cross-cultural training, developmental, and other psychology career-related settings. This course is designed for upper level junior and senior students to expose them to professional roles in psychology-related professions including: professional responsibilities, skills development, and ethics. Students need the approval of the instructor to register for the class. Prerequisites: (PSY 202 or PSY 226) and upper junior standing.

Credits

4