Prerequisites: 50% completion of the program.

The practicum component of the Master's program is designed to permit the student to use the practical skills, theory and research obtained in classroom learning in an applied setting related to the individual's specialty. The student is encouraged to adapt educational theory, research and practice to rural, native and northern issues as they arise during the practicum. The experience is intended to allow the person to test the "goodness of fit" between the requirements of the applied setting and career expectations. The practicum provides a unique opportunity to develop insight for an applied research project or thesis.

Credit cannot be held for both this course and 07:651.

Transfer Equivalents: Look up 07:754 in the BU Course Transfer Database.