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Course Overview

This course is an additional, follow-up psychology internship for students who have successfully completed PSY 451 Internship I. The student works 10-15 or more hours per week in an applied psychological setting such as a mental health program or an educational setting under the supervision and guidance of the psychology course instructor and on-site mental health professionals in the field.

Credits: 3-6
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: PSY451 and permission of the instructor

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