This course is the second half of a two-semester course, with six credits earned at the end of the spring semester upon completion of all related field placement requirements. Theological reflection and professional development through didactics and group process are components of this seminar. Students are concurrently in supervised field placements of 12-15 hours per week. FE 105 and FE 106 must be taken sequentially in one academic year.
Prerequisites: FE 105. Restricted to MA students. Permission of the instructor and director of the MA program prior to FE 105 enrollment.
Notes: Required for MA track II students. Closed to new students.
- Professor: Colleen Wessel-McCoy