Internships are a very helpful way to learn more about psychology through first-hand experiences, to explore career options in psychology, and to become a more competitive applicant for both graduate school and jobs. The Department of Psychology will be offering an internship course — PSYC 393 – during the Summer 2013 semester that will be taught by Dr. Meyers. PSYC 393 is a three credit class that counts towards the psychology major and towards graduation.
Students will select a 150-hour internship placement at an approved
site that interests them. Undergraduates also will participate in an
online component of the class that involves weekly discussion postings,
readings, and written assignments about their site work. This
opportunity is open to both Chicago and Schaumburg students, and can
even be completed out of state with appropriate arrangements.
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