Psychology Internship II

PSYC 490 - Psychology Internship II

Field internships are available at community agencies, medical and mental facilities, special or early childhood education settings, businesses/industry or national placements such as Washington or Chicago and international such as Greece, England or Sweden. Internships are cooperative endeavors among a psychology faculty member/advisor, the psychology student and a community supervisor. Students should begin the process of creating an internship at least 10 weeks (one term) prior to beginning the internship. Students may propose a tentative internship location and learning experience to their psychology advisor or discuss with an advisor various possibilities for an internship. The minimum number of participation hours for a 10-week term for three credits is 150 hours (50 hours per credit). Upon completion of this internship, development of an experiential portfolio and an oral presentation based on an internship project to be shared with an identified campus group/class are required. Additional requirements depend upon advisor and community supervisor. Prerequisite: Permission of the psychology department chairperson With departmental approval

PSYC 490 - Psychology Internship II - Details

PSYC 390, Declared Major, Requires Department Approval
Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer