SAHE698 Practicum (3 semester hours)
The Practicum is the culminating required course for the student who is preparing to enter a higher education student affairs-related role. Students will take theory to practice during practicum and gain supervised professional experience in their concentration. Students will complete 150 hours at an approved practicum site. This course includes a practicum seminar during which students will reflect on their practicum experiences and connect these to the virtual classroom learning they have had in their graduate program. Practicum sites and positions must be approved before students can begin their required 150 hours. [Prerequisites: Completion of all core courses plus at least half of the concentration-specific courses from one of the following concentrations: Academic Advising Concentration, Campus Leadership Concentration, or Career Coaching and Services Concentration].
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