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Course Overview

This course is a sequel to INT 736, Professional Practice I, and emphasizes the continued development of ethical behavior and the ability to analyze situations in accordance with principled reasoning. Observations will be accompanied by in-class discussions and analysis including logistical and environmental factors as well as discourse-based and ethically constrained decision-making issues common to these types of encounters. Students will be exposed to an analytical framework for planning for and observing what happens in these types of interactions.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
Prerequisites: INT 736, skills component qualifying exam pass

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate