Feb 29, 2024  
2018 Siena Heights University Catalog 
    
2018 Siena Heights University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSY 381 Psychology Internship Seminar


1 credit hours

The focus of this course is for students to prepare for their internship experience at a site related to their career interests and goals. Students will clarify career goals through examining their interests, strengths and exploring the many career options in the psychology. Students will learn to present themselves professionally in the workplace and they will strengthen their interview skills. Students will know and adhere to the American Psychological Association ethical guidelines. Students will further develop their problem solving, critical thinking and oral and written communication skills. Students will learn how to interact in a diverse work environment and develop positive attitudes that employers seek. Students will learn how the fundamental theories of psychology can be applied to all work settings. Students will work with the faculty supervisor to select potential internship sites related to their future career goals. They will complete internship site applications, background checks and interviews at potential sites. Students will have their internship site selected and the internship site agreement signed by their site and faculty supervisor at the end of the course. Students will be prepared to start their internship at their chosen internship site the following session.

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Course is Offered: FA and WI Every Year



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