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PSYC4812 - Applied Psych Practicum
Fall 2012

Under the guidance of a social sciences faculty member, the student will complete 80 hours of documented experience on a research project or an internship at a university-approved site. The student's experience may be a volunteer or paid position that is directly related to the field of applied psychology. Participation in professional activities allows students to experience the work environment in their chosen field, make informed career choices, and enhance their employment credentials. These experiences reinforce the connection between professional and liberal learning through the application of classroom theories to actual occupational problems. This course requires 80 hours on site, as well as the completion of the academic requirements established by the Department of Social Sciences.
Prerequisites: 90 credits and permission of the Department head
2 Credits

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