Psych 467 (Human Resources Apprenticeship) Extended Course Description

PSYCH 467 (Human Resources Apprenticeship)

Overview

The University of Waterloo strives to educate outstanding, world-ready graduates whose skills are in high demand. Psych 467 gives students an opportunity to further develop their skills in a human resources setting and explore their career options for credit.

Over a ten-week period, students contribute 60 hours at an organization in the community, and attend a weekly two-hour seminar at the University of Waterloo. Psych 467 will be offered during the Winter 2019 term. The placements are typically unpaid.

Psych 467 is offered on a credit-no credit (CR/NCR) basis. There is no final exam for the course. Department consent is required to enrol.

Application 

Students must apply to enrol in the course. Acceptance into the course will be based on assessment of your application (including references, statement of interest, etc.), an interview process, and availability of placements. 

Students who meet the following prerequisites are eligible to apply to the course:

  • HRM 200
  • one of PSYCH 238, 339, 340
  • one of HRM 301, 303, 305, 307
  • Psychology Majors and Human Resources Management students only
  • HRM average at least 70%

Preference will be given to students in regular (non-co-op) programs.  Application opens Monday, September 17 at 9:00am, and closes Tuesday, September 25 at 11:59pm. The interview and placement arrangement process takes place over the course of the fall term, and applicants will be informed of their status by the end of the fall term. The application form will be visible as of September 6, 2018.

We will be hosting two info sessions in September -- details TBA.

Contact

Natalie Mathieson, Experiential Learning Coordinator – Arts