This course provides the student interested in the application of psychological theories and principles an opportunity to have an applied learning experience in a pre-approved agency or organization. The learning experience will be guided by an individualized learning contract which will specify the academic and work components of the experience.
This class is only open to junior or senior psychology majors with a 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.0 GPA in the major. Special consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed the following courses:
- Introduction to Psychological Science (PSYC103)
- Psychological Statistics (PSYC211)
- Research Methods (PSYC220)
- Conditioning and Learning (PSYC213)
- Behavioral Neuroscience (PSYC214)
- Cognitive Psychology (PSYC215)
Enrollment in the course is made on a competitive basis.
Interested in a Spring 2013 Psychology Internship? If so, please attend one of these sessions:
- Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 3:30 PM, ECTR110 (Education Center)
- Thursday, Sept. 27 at 3:30 PM, ECTR110 (Education Center)
PSYC 397 is a 3-credit internship class with competitive enrollment open to psychology majors only.
Interested students are strongly encouraged to attend one of these information sessions to learn more about the internship experience, the placement sites for the Spring 2011 semester, and to obtain an application packet.
If you cannot attend one of the above sessions, but seek more information, please contact Dr. Adam Doughty (firstname.lastname@example.org).