Complementary courses through the education department
Clark's Jacob Hiatt School for Urban Education offers two sequences of courses that might be of interest to some psychology students. Interested students can contact education professor Nathaniel Seale ( firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Human Services Course Sequence
This four-course sequence is designed for students interested in pursuing a career and/or graduate study in education and the helping professions. Students will have course work and field experiences dealing with diverse groups including children, families and the aged in settings which include schools, the court system, mental-health agencies and institutions. Students will acquire skills through a balance of study and applied field work. Work in the Worcester area will serve to integrate material from the sequence. Students receive an official transcript notation documenting the completion of this program.
- EDUC155 Education and Social Policy
- EDUC194 Field Experience I
- EDUC195 Field Experience II
- EDUC269 The Skilled Helper
School Psychology Course Sequence
This four-unit sequence provides intensive first-level training for students in the junior and senior years considering advanced graduate work in school psychology and related professional fields. Students are required to complete a two-semester placement for 10 hours a week under the supervision of a school counselor, social worker or psychologist. Students receive an official transcript notation documenting the completion of this program.
- EDUC266 Analysis of Individual Ability and Style
- EDUC268, Sec. 1 Psychoeducational Methods Semester I
- EDUC268, Sec. 2 Psychoeducational Methods Semester II