Advanced experiential learning experience in which students continue to develop professional skills and identity through a second field placement. The course is designed to combine group as well as individual reflection on the student experiences. The course will include at least fifteen pages of writing as assigned by the professor. The student may not repeat a prior experience unless a waiver is granted by the Director of Clinic and Experiential Learning in consultation with the professor teaching the course. Students are admitted to the course after application and interview. Of the 90 credits required for graduation, students are required to earn at least 65 in courses that meet in regularly scheduled class sessions. This course does not count toward the 65 credit requirement. The weekly seminar may be offered as an asynchronous online course.
Tuesday, February 23, 2021