MI495 Practicum in Human Trafficking 3 credits

This course would give the student opportunity to learn in a supervised field experience. The process will include seminars, small group experiences, a daily journal, a research paper, a report and evaluation of experiences, and lectures by professional resource individuals (and/or groups). The settings may include, but not be limited to, prevention advocacy training in area schools, being a mentor alongside survivors of sexual exploitation as they learn productive skills such as catering and cleaning, addiction recovery session as we work with area addiction recovery homes, and being part of a drop-in center where victims of sexual exploitation can come for safety.

Prerequisite:
PS225 Diversity Issues in Psychology
MI315 Cultural Issues Associated with Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking