PSYC 481 - Field Experience in Applied Psychology
(Prerequisites: Psychology major; junior or senior standing with priority given to seniors; a grade of B or higher in the psychology course that the faculty mentor deems most relevant to the field experience; permission of instructor.)
This course involves 100 hours of field experience in non-clinical settings that apply psychology, including cognitive, developmental, environmental, gerontological, language, quantitative, organizational, personal, and social psychology. Student will meet 6 times in a group seminar and an additional 5 times individually with a faculty mentor. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. Spring semester only.