Internship Program – Department of Educational Psychology; College of Education

Undergraduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Students must complete a 3-hour unpaid internship (HDFS 4023) related to the student’s selected emphasis area (see below). Students must complete a minimum of 150 clock hours to meet this requirement. Some students may be required to complete a second internship. Students should have senior status and have completed HDFS 4011 before beginning the internship. Liability insurance is required for all internship students. Permission to enroll in an internship and approval of the internship site are required.

Human Development and Family Science (Community and Family Services)

Human Development and Family Science (Individual and Family Development across the Lifespan)

Graduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Educational Psychology – Concentration in Family Policy and Program Administration

Masters students in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Family Policy and Program Administration are required to take EPSY 5033 (Practicum, Field Experience, or Internship). Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor.

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about EPSY 5033 and the requirements for Educational Psychology Internships. If you have questions about EPSY 5033 or the internship requirements, contact Devyn Dougherty; devyn.dougherty@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.
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