2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPSYC 3902 Psychology Internship and Seminar, Part 1: Online Program

This course is the first of a two course internship sequence offered for Psychology majors in the Online or accelerated LCAL Programs. The purpose of the internship is to offer the student a unique opportunity for intellectual and ethical growth in the applied areas of psychology. The student works under the supervision of an experienced professional in a single approved psychology internship site for 180 hours over the two course sequence. This experience is supported by a faculty led, professional development seminar designed to examine issues arising out of the student's field experience. NOTE: A minimum “advisory" grade of C is required to proceed to the second half of this internship sequence CPSYC 3903. The courses are linked and must be taken in sequence. Students will receive an SIP (still-in-progress) grade at the end of this course and will receive a final grade for both courses at the end of the two-course sequence.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

CSOCS 3444; 60+ credits

Offered

online only