PS495 Practicum in Psychology 3 credits

This course is a capstone culmination of all previous courses by giving the student opportunity to learn in a supervised field experience. The process will include seminars, small group experiences, research papers, written verbatim work and lectures by professional resource persons. The settings may include, but not be limited to, prisons, mental health clinics, mental hospitals, general hospitals, and community and church related counseling centers.

Prerequisite:
PS114 Personal Awareness
PS202 Life Span Psychology
PS225 Diversity Issues in Psychology
PS311 Personality Theories
PS321 Childhood Problems
PS346 Introduction to Group Dynamics
PS404 Issues in Counseling
Approval of the Psychology Department Chair

Offered by arrangement.