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Many of our students complete internships. Students in the generalist major can choose an elective internship of their own design, supervised by a faculty member. Psychology interns have done research for a local homeless shelter, worked in applied health psychology for a local outpatient facility, worked for our local United Way, and much more.

In the counseling degree program, students can work in a field placement mentored by a professional. Placements include local agencies, private practices, hospital-based settings, the local school district, and many more. Students in the field placement course are supervised both by a faculty member and by a community professional.