PSY 485: Psychology Internship and Professional Development Seminar

Class Program
Credits 4 16

Students in this course work in psychology-related settings that include, but are not limited to, community mental health centers, child protection agencies, law enforcement, prisons, rehabilitation centers, schools, adolescent group homes and marketing firms. Internships include a weekly seminar with the faculty sponsor in which students explore many components of the professional work experience including the process of helping, ethical practice, communication in the workplace, problem-solving and networking. Graded Pass/Fail.

  • Pre-internship seminar;
  • Permission of the faculty sponsor and the dean for the School of Business & Social Sciences.
Semester Offered
Offered spring