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HSER 320 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar

This course is designed to help students evaluate their readiness, prepare for and then select an internship site for Human Services. Examples of course topics include: examination of personal readiness, internship or career goals, review an array of possible internships and making an appropriate selection for practicum.

Special information

Prerequisite: This course is required to be taken the semester prior to when the student would begin the internship experience.
1 Undergraduate credit

Effective August 23, 2008 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Assess personal and academic readiness for an internship.
  • Develop individualized internship goals, including: diversity & other special populations, ethics, personal growth, career plans and other interest areas.
  • Examine a wide variety of internship possibilities and then narrow the field of choices. (An open mind is very helpful with this task).
  • Identify and examine strengths and areas which might need improvement.
  • Make an appropriate selection(s) for internship(s) to begin next semester.

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar Winston, Willie Books Course details
02 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar Shelton, James Thomas Books Course details

Summer 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar Winston, Willie Books Course details

Fall 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar Winston, Willie Books Course details
02 Human Services Pre-Practicum Group Seminar Coleman, Meghan Marie Books Course details