FSW 494/594 Internship with Families and Children (2-3; maximum 6)

Students participate in a professional work environment, prepare written reports and journals, and complete a project. Students build upon previous knowledge and experience by working within, and critically appraising, a professional setting related to families and/or children. Focus is on professional development and the critical appraisal of career options. Recommended that students enroll in the summer between junior and senior years. Number of clock hours in placement varies by credit hours; typically 90 hours for 2 graduate or 3 undergraduate credits. Students wishing to become Certified Family Life Educations must complete 125 clock hours and focus their internship experiences on the practice of family life education or prevention.

Prerequisite: orientation and approval of instructor.

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