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    Jun 20, 2019  
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PSY-632A Internship Qualification Evaluation

2 semester credits
The Internship Qualification Exam (IQE) is a two-part evaluation of a student’s doctoral-level scholarship and clinical intervention skills that is offered only in Summer term. PSY-632A is completed during the third term of Practicum Case Seminar (PCS). It covers theoretical orientation, issues of diversity, and research on effectiveness and theoretical constructs. PSY-632B is completed during the final term of PCS. It covers case conceptualization, application of theoretical orientation, treatment planning & summary, and ethical & diversity issues. Students must successfully complete both parts of the exam before applying for internship. Completion of the exam indicates these skills are at or above the pre-internship level.
Pre-requisites: First and second term of the Practicum Case Seminar Orientation: either PSY-629A1  and PSY-629A2 , or PSY-629B1  and PSY-629B2 , or PSY-629C1  and PSY-629C2 .
Delivery Method: Distance/Electronically Mediated
Grading Default: Credit/No Credit only
Learning Outcome(s):  

  1. Demonstrate an integrative understanding of your preferred theoretical orientation and its research base
  2. Demonstrate understanding of how one’s selected theory addresses cultural difference



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