PSYC*3910 Psychology Externship F,W,S (0-6) [0.50]
An independent program of study formally integrating the student's academic study with one or more work experiences, to be decided by the student in consultation with the supervisory faculty (normally the department's co-op coordinator) prior to registration in the course. In order to qualify for this course, the student must be employed in a work setting at the time of registration to help ensure that a suitable project is feasible in the context of a work placement or employment. The department is not responsible for obtaining employment. The course project is aimed at making a significant contribution to the work setting. The student must consult with the supervisory faculty before selecting or registering for the course. (Enrolment is limited. Not open to co-op students.)
Prerequisite(s): PSYC*2070, PSYC*2360, (2 of PSYC*2020, PSYC*2310, PSYC*2450, PSYC*2740), (1 of PSYC*2330, PSYC*2390, PSYC*2410, PSYC*2650)
Restriction(s): Restricted to Psychology majors BAH, BAH:C, and Psychology area of concentration. Instructor consent required.
Department(s): Department of Psychology