The Health & Risk Communication Masters Program is designed to give our students a supervised practicum experience where they will apply theory in their specialized field of interest in a real world setting. Students are expected to have completed 15 approved program credits before they apply for the practicum.  Students will secure their own employment opportunity and then work with their faculty advisor and employment supervisor to create the practicum experience. 

Please see the links below for further information:

Examples of Practicum Experiences

Practicum Application and Guidelines

Practicum Information for Faculty