Sep 27, 2021
EDCE 8910 - Internship
This seminar is designed to prepare students for professional employment. It is the culminating experience of the doctoral coursework following the comprehensive examinations. The doctoral program in Counselor Education provides students with a common core experience which includes clinical practice, teaching and supervision, and research. The doctoral internship allows for some variety in the internship placement to encourage the individual expression of students’ interests and career goals. Students, thus, may choose to complete their internship in one of the specialization areas: school or clinical mental health counseling, a college teaching experience, an administrative and research experience, or some combination. A student may have a placement at his or her site of employment although 20% of the experience must involve new experiences.
Credit Hours: 4
Repeat/Retake Information: May not be retaken.
Lecture/Lab Hours: 2.0 seminar
Grades: Eligible Grades: A-F,CR,PR,WP,WF,WN,FN,AU,I
- Clinical Counseling: demonstrate ability to conceptualize cases and understand and implement effective clinical interventions with diverse groups. (PHD.4.H.3).
- Counselor Education and Supervison: demonstrate the ability to assess the needs of counselors or counselor trainees and develop teaching and or supervisory techniques that facilitate their growth. (PHD.4.D.3)
- Counselor Education: demonstrate leadership abilities by participating in professional service activities at either a college or university level or with a professional organization.
- Counselor Education: demonstrate the ability to complete a research paper suitable for publication. (PHD.4.F.1)
- Counselor Education: demonstrate the ability to design a course including the methodology for course delivery and evaluation tools. (PHD. 4.D.1)
- To complete the objectives on his or her doctoral internship plan.
- To consolidate student learning in an applied setting
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