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Course Overview

The course will prepare students for internship experiences related to health and human services. Topics covered include general issues in fieldwork in health and human services, agency systems and policies, general foundations of the helping process, diversity issues, ethical and legal issues, interpersonal and professional relationships, applications of disciplinary content knowledge in applied settings, resume construction for internship applications, interviews with professionals in the field of health and human services and orientation to the internship.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Online, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Psychology major or minor

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate