PSYC 310 Professional and Career Planning in Psychology I (2)
This course is designed to help junior psychology majors begin their exploration of career interests and professional goals.There are two ways students will begin this exploration. First, students will complete vocationally-relevant assessments on personal skills, values, interests, and professional goals. These assessments will be used both to consider possible career paths and to guide students to think intentionally about possible internships. Second, speakers in various psychology-related careers will present information to students about internship opportunities and discuss the experiences, coursework and educational requirements necessary to pursue various psychology-related careers. This course is only offered remotely to accommodate the speakers' schedules and to facilitate conversation between speakers and students.
- Course is offered as Credit/No Credit
- Prerequisite: PSYC 210 and Junior standing with a declared major in Psychology, or instructor consent
- Offering: Spring
- Instructor: Staff