PSYC 8980 PRACTICUM IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (1-6 credits)
Faculty-supervised experience in a setting designed to provide a practical understanding of theoretical concepts of human development. Emphasizes direct observation and or personal interaction as a means of training, and can be directed toward various populations within the developmental life span (e.g., infants, preschoolers, middle childhood, adolescents, adults, aged persons).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): PSYC 9560 and permission of Developmental Psychology Area Committee. Not open to non-degree graduate students.
The Master of Arts in psychology is designed to give students a broad background in the field of psychology plus a sufficient degree of specialization to prepare them for either careers or further graduate training.