|(3 cr.) This course aims to promote professional growth
through observation and participation in jointly
supervised fieldwork with a cooperating
organization. The course also provides the
opportunity for students to meet and work with
active professionals while defining their own
career goals. Students complete a minimum of 120
hours of fieldwork supervised by the program
director and a qualified field supervisor.
Internship placements must be approved by the
internship program director in accordance with
school policies and prior to earning credit.
Junior/senior status is required. This course is
graded on a pass/fail basis.
Every Year, All|