CEDU 695 Internship in School Counseling

Internship offers students the opportunity to directly apply the knowledge and skills gained in the program courses with emphasis on counseling program management skills and professional identity development. This is done under the direct supervision of approved site and University supervisors. Both supervisors must have a minimum of two years of experience and hold a current license in school counseling. In an approved school counseling program setting, students complete a minimum of 300 hours in professional school counseling services, with 120 of these hours in direct service.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

Successful completion of the practicum and approval of instructor

Offered

Fall and Spring