Field Training - 601498
Dr. Nesreen Otoum
The purpose of the supervised field training experiences is for students to synthesize the knowledge and skills developed during the academic portion of the program in a practical setting. Field training is both a learning experience for students and contributes to the work undertaken by the field training site. The expectation is that the field training will provide learning opportunities unavailable in a classroom setting.
Students arrange their field training experience through their respective departments (further information below). The student’s field training faculty advisor monitors student progress and assigns a course grade (A/D). The field site mentor provides students with on-site supervision and support. Students may work on specific projects during the field training.