PSYC 493 (3)
Provides students with the opportunity to gain advanced, practical experience working within the field of psychology. Students will return to the same site that was attended during PSYC 393 or will move on to a similar site which allows for further development of the same skills. Students and their on-site supervisors will work with the Tyndale practicum coordinator to set personal training and learning goals focused on continuing and advancing the process of applying theoretical, psychological principles learned in classroom courses in the practicum environment. A review of skills learned during PSYC 393 will be used to identify how these preliminary skills may be expanded. Students interested in this course are responsible for contacting the practicum coordinator one semester in advance of the course in order to arrange for a placement which is contingent upon site and supervisor availability and willingness to take on the student. Prerequisite: PSYC 393. Limited to third- and fourth-year students majoring in Psychology or Human Services who have received the permission of their psychology faculty advisor.
Course Code: PSYC 493 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course