Document Type



Spring 2000

Course Description

The faculty regards the internship as a summative experience of a training program leading to a Master's degree in Counseling. Prior to commencing the internship students will have completed a basic core of counseling courses and extensive practicum counseling experiences. The principal objective of the internship is to provide an opportunity for integration of knowledge and skills in a relevant setting. Applying theory and counseling skills under competent supervision enables students to make the necessary transition from graduate school to the actual work setting. When the transition is made with adequate supervision students gain competence and confidence in the delivery of counseling services. The reality of the internship setting provides the necessary bridge between training and professional competence.

Course Number

CE 690


Counselor Education-Graduate Studies


Winona State University

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