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Western's Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Directory

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We're excited to work with you! Western’s work integrated learning (WIL) programs are offered in over 45 different areas and we have dedicated staff members to help you find the right fit, and assist with posting, interviewing, and more!

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) at Western is comprised of 3 different formats:

You can find detailed information about each program below, and an at-a-glance of all of our offerings here.

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Faculty of Arts & Humanities

*NEW* Arts & Humanities Internship

Faculty: Arts & Humanities

Length: 10 weeks to 4 months (0.5 credit), 8 months (1.0 credit)

Paid or unpaid: Both

Commitment: 140 hours minimum over 4 months (full- or part-time available)

Start date/End date: Fall (September - December), Winter (January - April), and Summer (May - August)

Contact: Emily Torresan | Phone: 519-661-2111 x87928 | email: emily.torresan@uwo.ca

Website: https://www.uwo.ca/arts/current_students/internships/info_for_employers/index.html

Description:

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities offers an internship for 3rd and 4th year students interested in gaining practical experience within an approved institution or industry related to their module within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Internship in Visual Arts

Faculty: Arts & Humanities

Length: 1 – 2 terms

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 10 hours per week

Start date/End date: varies by program

Undergraduate Contact: Cody Barteet | Phone: 519-661-2111 x86182 | email: vaugc@uwo.ca

Graduate Contact: Patrick Mahon | Phone: 519-661-2111 x86192 | email: pmahon@uwo.ca

Website: Currently under development.

Description:

Undergraduate: Third or fourth year undergraduate honors students with a cumulative average in the Department of at least 75% may elect to do an internship within an approved art institution or related industry as a course from the 4000 series. Students successfully competing for an internship will arrange individual programs with the Visual Arts Undergraduate Chair.

Graduate: Obtain University credit for volunteer employment in an arts-related field. Graduate students with over an 80% (A) average are eligible for the course credit.

Faculty of Education

Bachelor of Education Practicum

Faculty: Education

Length: Four teaching practice blocks, one block in each of the four program terms

Year One: four weeks in Term 1 and four weeks in Term 2

Year Two: six weeks in Term 1 and six weeks in Term 2

Paid or unpaid: Associate Teachers are paid a per diem of $8 per day

Length: 4 to 6 weeks, varies by term

Contact: Carolyn Wilson, Practicum Manager | 519-661-2111 ext. 81158 | cwils66@uwo.ca

Website: https://www.edu.uwo.ca/CSW/my_program/BEd/practicum.html

Description: Practicum provides Teacher Candidates the opportunity to observe good teaching, to experience the wide variety of expectations school professionals must meet and to apply their learning in a classroom. Practicum must be completed in an Ontario public or Catholic school and meet all Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) licensing requirements.

Practicum placements are arranged by the Teacher Education Office.

Bachelor of Education Internships (Alternative Field Experiences)

Faculty: Education

Length: Two Alternative Field Experience (AFE) blocks, one in each term of Year 2

Year Two: three weeks in Term 1 and four weeks in Term 2

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

Length: 3- 4 weeks, varies by term

Contact: Katie Mentone, Program Coordinator | 519-661-2111 ext. 80518 | kmentone@uwo.ca

Website: https://theteachercandidate.com/afe/host-an-afe/

Description: All Teacher Candidates complete two full-time AFEs before graduation. They’re encouraged to try something different – AFE does not have to be completed in a traditional classroom.

Teacher candidates are responsible for securing their own AFE and submitting a Proposal to the Teacher Education Office for review and approval.

Faculty of Engineering

Year-Long Internship Program

Faculty: Engineering        

Length: 8, 12, and 16 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Fulltime

Start date/End date: Positions can start anytime between May and September

Contact:

Kyle Reid

Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Integrated

519-661-2111 x88313

kreid54@uwo.ca

Jocelyn Wood

Computer, Software, Electrical, Mechatronics, Biomedical

519-661-2111 x88344

jwood223@uwo.ca

Website: http://www.eng.uwo.ca/coop/employers/index.html 

Description: In the Year-Long Internship Program, students spend 8, 12, and 16 consecutive months working in a paid engineering position prior to the last year of their Bachelor of Engineering Science (BESc) program. The Year-Long Internship Program provides a longer work term and more extensive experience than a summer co-op, which ensures that students are able to work on advanced projects, seeing them through from beginning to end.

Program includes all undergraduate engineering programs – Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Software, Integrated, Mechatronic Systems, Chemical, and Green Process (3rd and 4th year Students only)

Summer Co-op Program

Faculty: Engineering

Length: 10 weeks to 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: 35 hours per week 

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: 

Kyle Reid

Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Integrated

519-661-2111 x88313

kreid54@uwo.ca

Jocelyn Wood

Computer, Software, Electrical, Mechatronics, Biomedical

519-661-2111 x88344

jwood223@uwo.ca

Website: http://www.eng.uwo.ca/coop/employers/index.html 

Description: The Summer Co-op Program is a four-month, May - August, paid work experience program. It is designed to assist students in finding quality degree-related summer employment, providing an opportunity to gain valuable engineering experience.

Areas of Study:

  • Civil
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Computer
  •  Software
  • Integrated
  • Mechatronic Systems
  • Chemical
  • Green Process

Faculty of Health Sciences

School of Health Studies

Health Studies Practicum

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 6-8 hours/week; minimum of 75 hours/term for 0.5 credit

Start date/End date: Fall (September - December), Winter (January - April)

Contact: Lisa Metselaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Description: Students must be in their 4th year of Honours Specialization Health Studies with a 75% cumulative average

The practicum course in the School of Health Studies allows students to put into practice their knowledge of health and health care by working with a community partner.  A variety of practicum placements are available for students to enhance their learning and gain practical experience.   Placements may be available in (but not limited to) the following areas: senior exercise and lifestyle, physical activity and rehabilitation, health policy, health promotion, health equity, nutrition, and mental health and wellness.

Rehabilitation Sciences Practicum

Length: 8 months 

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 6-8 hours/week

Start date/End date: September - April

Contact: Dr. Dalton Wolfe dalton.wolfe@sjhc.london.on.ca

Description: Students must be in their 4th year of Honours Specialization Health Studies with a 75% cumulative average; preference is given to students enrolled in the Honours Specialization in Rehabilitation Sciences.

This experiential learning course offers an in-depth examination of the required background, concepts and practical considerations related to a series of rehabilitation practices selected to expose the student to a broad range of activities over several patient populations and associated with a variety of health care disciplines.

Health Studies Internship

Length: 8, 12, or 16 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: 35 - 40 hours/week

Start date/End date: Varies

Contact: Lisa Metselaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Website

Description: Completion of 2nd year in the School of Health Studies with a minimum average of 70%

Students will participate in a placement in an area broadly related to the field of Health Studies. The internship is application based and must be approved by the School of Health Studies. A Learning Contract, Reflection assignments, and Supervisor Evaluation are required components of the course.

School of Kinesiology

Kinesiology Practicum

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 6-8 hours/week; minimum of 75 hours/term for 0.5 credit

Start date/End date: Fall (September - December) Winter (January - April)          

Contact: Lisa Metselaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Website

Description: Students must be in their 4th year of Honours Specialization Kinesiology with a 70% modular average. 

The practicum course in the School of Kinesiology allows students to put into practice their knowledge by working with a community partner. A variety of practicum placements are available for students to enhance their learning and gain practical experience. Placements may be available in (but not limited to) the following areas:  senior exercise and lifestyle, physical activity and fitness, athlete coaching and rehabilitation, allied health, recreation, nutrition, and mental health and wellness.

Practicum in Clinical Kinesiology

Length: 8 months

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 6-8 hours/week

Start date/End date: September - April

Contact: Dr. Marc Mitchell marc.mitchell@uwo.ca or Lisa Metselaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Website

Description: Enrolled in the 4th year of the Clinical Kinesiology module. 

This course is intended to provide students with a ‘hands-on’ learning experience in the very important and growing field of Professional Kinesiology. Having been introduced to Professional Kinesiology practice in their course work (e.g., kinesiology in Ontario healthcare, ethics/privacy, program models, clinical assessment, exercise prescription, note taking) students will have the opportunity to turn theory into practice in this exciting 8-month clinical placement opportunity. Placements will occur mostly in hospital- and community-based chronic disease prevention and management programs but other contexts (e.g., sport or performance-based opportunities) are possible as well. Students will develop and refine clinical and non-clinical skills that fall within a Registered Kinesiologist’s Scope of Practice throughout their placement (see The College of Kinesiologists of Ontario’s Scope of Practice under ‘Standards and Resources’ at www.coko.ca).

Practicum in Sport Management

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 6-8 hours/week, minimum of 75 hours/term for 0.5 credit

Start date/End date: Winter (January - April)

Contact: Lisa Metselaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Website

Description: 

The Sport Management Practicum provides an opportunity for students to: observe and practice sport management processes and skills; understand the value of management theory in addressing sport management issues in the field; gain basic competencies in the practical use of micro-computers; and, satisfy individual objectives and interests in the area of sport management.

Field Experiences in Athletic Injuries

Length: 8 months, individual commitments vary by sport and team

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Start date/End date: September - April

Contact: Robert Walsh rwalsh@uwo.ca 

Description: 

This course is intended to provide the student with a hand’s on learning environment. Students will become the student trainer for an assigned varsity athletic team. Students will be responsible for all of the pre and post-practice care of the athletes on their team such as taping, stretching and injury assessment. During the practice and game periods, students will be directly responsible for the on-field acute care of these athletes. Class time will be spent refining acute injury management skills, acute injury assessment skills as well as some basic rehabilitation skills. These will be taught through both lecture and hands-on learning. The student trainers will also have the opportunity to spend time volunteering in the Fowler /Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic. It should be understood that the practicum is in effect for the full academic year and, although responsibilities with a team will cease prior to the completion of the academic year, the student will be required to attend classes and to lend service when or as necessary. As a student trainer, students will be required to attend all practices and games. Students will receive the same considerations as any member of the team during away games.

Kinesiology Internship

Length: 8, 12, or 16 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: 35-40 hours/week

Start date/End date: Varies

Contact: Lisa Metslaar lmetsela@uwo.ca 

Description: Completion of 2nd year in the School of Kinesiology with a minimum average of 70%.

Students will participate in a placement in an area broadly related to the field of Kinesiology. The internship is application based and must be approved by the School of Kinesiology.  A Learning Contract, Reflection assignments, and Supervisor Evaluation are required components of the course.

Faculty of Information & Media Studies

Master of Library and Information Science

Faculty: Information and Media Studies

Length: 4 - 8 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Full-time

Start date/End date: 3 terms per year: January – April, May – August, September - December

Contact: Nancy Hsu | Phone: 519-661-2111 x88468 | email: fims-coop@uwo.ca 

Website: http://www.fims.uwo.ca/programs/graduate_programs/master_of_library_and_information_science/coop.html

Description: The MLIS Co-op program, begun in 1979, formally integrates a student's academic study with paid work experience. Students are exposed to the professional environment, and have the opportunity to use and develop newly acquired skills, and gain practical experience which will contribute to their training as professionals.

Master of Media in Journalism and Communications

Faculty: Information and Media Studies

Length: 10 weeks

Paid or unpaid: Both

Commitment: Full-time

Start date/End date: May - July

Contact: Nancy Hsu | Phone: 519-661-2111 x88468 | email: fims-coop@uwo.ca

Website: http://www.fims.uwo.ca/programs/graduate_programs/master_of_media_in_journalism_communication/internship_final_project.html

Description: This real-world phase of the program will give students the opportunity to gain sustained practical experience applying what they have learned in a journalistic or communications setting. While on the placement, there will be an instructor guiding the students, and helping them reflect on their professional experience. Being this instruction happens online, student placements could be anywhere in Canada or indeed, the world. 

Media, Information & Technoculture Academic Internship

Faculty: Information and Media Studies

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Both options available

Commitment: Between 10 and 35 hours per week, depending on placement arrangements

Start date/End date: Start dates: September, January, and May. End dates: December, April, and August.

Contact: Phone: 519-661-2111 x88495 | email: fimscareers@uwo.ca

Website: https://www.fims.uwo.ca/programs/undergraduate_programs/experience_more_be_more/internships.html

Description: 

Academic Short-Term Paid & Unpaid Internships:

- Minimum of 140 work hours over 4 month semester

- Students receive academic credit

 

Faculty of Law

International Summer Law Internship Program

Faculty: Law

Length: 10-12 weeks

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Fulltime

Start date/End date: May / August

Contacts:

Valerie Oosterveld | Phone: 519-661-2111 x80037 | email: vooster@uwo.ca

Andrea Streufert | Phone: 519-661-3831 | email: astreufe@uwo.ca 

Description: The ISLIP provides students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge of international and comparative law, from the theoretical to the practical level, and to contribute to a better understanding of Canada’s place within the global framework. Through the generosity of various donors and the Faculty of Law, the program provides financial support towards the ISLIP placements.

By interning with government departments, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and private industries, our students broaden their understanding of different legal systems, strengthen their legal skills and gain insight into the application of law that remains valuable through their careers.

Don Wright Faculty of Music

*NEW* Music Internship Program

Length: 10-16 weeks 

Paid or unpaid: Paid or Unpaid

Commitment: Full-time or Part-time

Start/End dates: Fall (September - December), Winter (January - April), and Summer (May - August)

Contact: Emily Torresan | Phone: 519-661-2111 x87928 | email: emily.torresan@uwo.ca 

Website: Coming soon

Description:

Students who successfully complete their internship receive a 0.5 academic credit.

Faculty of Science

Master of Data Analytics

Faculty: Science

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Full-time

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: Craig Ingram | Phone: 519-661-2111 x84379 | email: cingram@uwo.ca

Website: http://uwo.ca/mda/

Description:Data analytics is inherently interdisciplinary. The foundation for descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics lies in a set of tools and techniques from Statistics and Computer Science, as well as from the intersection of these two fields. The Master of Data Analytics (MDA), a one-year professional science master's program, equips our students with a set of highly sought-after, interdisciplinary technical data analytics skills, approaches and experiences and prepares them for an analytics-focused career.

Master of Management of Applied Science

Faculty: Science

Length: 10 weeks to 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid (Preferred) or Unpaid

Commitment: Fulltime

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: Craig Ingram | Phone: 519-661-2111 x84379 | email: cingram@uwo.ca

Website: http://www.uwo.ca/professionalmasters/science/mmasc_degree/industry_partnerships/index.html

Description: The MMASc program is an innovative, one year course-based professional graduate program that requires the completion of two, four-month academic terms followed by one, full-time, four-month co-op term or major research project for the successful completion of the degree. The program involves completion of a “core” set of academic courses by all students enrolled in the MMASc program as well as the completion of additional course work in one of four specialty areas or program “spokes”.

The Core courses focus on communication and management immersion while the specialty fields or spokes currently offered within the program include Biological Sciences, Global Health Systems in Africa, Computer Science, and Data Analytics.

“Core” courses linked the MMASc program include: Professional Writing, Organizational Behaviour, and Foundational Digital Communication for Professionals, Professional Communication, Fundamentals of Managerial Finance, Fundamentals of Marketing Management, Project Management and Leadership in Organizations. 

Master's in Environment and Sustainability Summer Co-op

Faculty: Interdisciplinary

Length: Minimum of 14 weeks

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: 35-40 hours per week 

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: Allison McInnis | Phone: 519-661-2111 x82807 | email: amcinni6@uwo.ca

Websitehttps://www.uwo.ca/mes/employers/index.html

Description:

The Master’s in Environment and Sustainability (MES) program at Western University is an innovative, one-year, accelerated graduate program that requires the completion of one four month (minimum of 500 hours), summer work term for the successful completion of the degree. This is an interdisciplinary program. Students enroll with various degree backgrounds including Science, Engineering and Social Science.

Core Courses include: 

  • Building Sustainable Business
  • Engineering Solutions
  • Planning and Management
  • Ecosystem Health
  • Foundations of Sustainability
  • Interdisciplinary Consulting Project

Professional Development Workshops include:

  • Change Management
  • Sustainable Buildings
  • Waste Management
  • GHG Accounting and Reporting
  • Professional Writing

Year-Long Science Internship Program

Faculty: Science

Length: 8, 12 and 16 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Fulltime

Start date/End date: May- September / Following September

Contact: Lauren Starr | Phone: 519-661-2111 x85300 | email: lstarr2@uwo.ca

Website: https://www.uwo.ca/sci/employers/internship_program/index.html 

Description: Employers from the private, public or not-for-profit sectors may create internship opportunities for students in any of the departments in the Life, Mathematical and Computational, or Physical Sciences.

Employers may create internship opportunities for students in Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences (Geo), Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy, Statistical & Actuarial sciences, as well as the Basic Medical Sciences, including Anatomy & Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Medical Biophysics, Microbiology & Immunology, Pathology, Physiology and Pharmacology. 

Faculty of Social Science

Management and Organizational Studies Internship Program

Faculty: Social Science

Length: 8, 12 or 16 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Full-time

Start date/End date: May-September/ Prior to Following September

Contact: Emily Torresan | Phone: 519-661-2111 x87928 | email: emily.torresan@uwo.ca

Websitehttp://mos.uwo.ca/undergraduate/internships/for_employers/index.html

Description: The DAN Management and Organizational Studies Program offers an Internship Program for those students interested in gaining practical experience in the industry. In this program, students spend 8 to 16 months working in industry between completion of their third year and commencement of their fourth year.

Areas of Study:

  • Accounting                  
  • Commercial Aviation Management
  • Consumer Behaviour (Marketing)      
  • Finance         
  • Human Resource Management
  • Public Administration

Social Science Internship Program

Faculty: Social Science

Length: 10 weeks - 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Full-time

Start date/End date: Fall (September - December), Winter (January - April), and Summer (May - August)

Contact: Emily Torresan | Phone: 519-661-2111 x87928 | email: emily.torresan@uwo.ca

Website: https://www.ssc.uwo.ca/undergraduate/internships/social_science_intern_employers/index.html

Description: The Social Science Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to engage in paid, for-credit experiential learning with a government, private sector, or non-governmental organization.

Areas of Study:

  • Anthropology
  • Management & Organizational Studies
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Master of Arts in Public History

Length: 6 or 12 weeks

Paid or unpaid: Preferably Paid

Commitment: 35-40 hours per week

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: Michael Dove | Phone: 519-661-2111 x84996 | email: mdove2@uwo.ca

Website: http://history.uwo.ca/public_history/internships/index.html

Description: We are Canada's oldest Public History program, an intensive 12-month MA that explores how history is understood by and communicated to the public, whether at museums, archives, historical sites and national parks, in films, fiction, or on the web, in policy making, historical consulting, and in academic teaching and research.  The objectives of the internship are to: provide students with the opportunity and experience of applying theory to real-life public history work settings; allow students to work and learn under the mentorship of experienced and knowledgeable professionals; and enable students to continue to develop both hard and soft/transferable skills to better prepare them for a career in public history.

This program is approved by the federal government’s Public Service Commission

Master of Financial Economics

Faculty: Social Science

Length: 10-16 weeks

Paid or unpaid: paid

Commitment: 35 hours per week

Start date/End date: May/August

Contact: Mila Bojic | Phone: 519-661-4150 | email:  mbojic2@uwo.ca

Website: http://economics.uwo.ca/MFE/

Description: The Western Master of Financial Economics (MFE) is a 16-month, course based graduate program which includes a summer internship. This collaborative program includes the Department of Economics, the Department of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences, the Ivey Business School, and the Faculty of Law. These academic units have joined forces to provide MFE students with a broad understanding of Financial Theory and the Economics framework upon which that theory is based, as well as the understanding of Quantitative Finance and Securities Law, required for today's complex financial world. Graduates pursue careers in a variety of industry areas including risk management, financial modelling, investor and treasury services, and portfolio management.

Courses linked to:

  • Capital Markets
  • Economics
  • Financial Modelling
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Portfolio Management
  • Quantitative Finance
  • Treasury & Wealth Management

Ivey Business School

Ivey Connects

Faculty: Ivey Business School

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid:

Commitment:

Start date/End date:

Contact: Jana Weerasinghe-Seijts | Phone: 519-850-2491 x82491 | email: jseijts@ivey.uwo.ca

Website: http://www.ivey.uwo.ca/iveyconnects/for-partners/

Description: Our organization aims to enhance the educational experience of Ivey students in the area of social responsibility, and to advance the social health of the not-for-profit agencies in our community through volunteer efforts. Ivey Connects provides opportunities for students to give their time through volunteerism and fundraising efforts, and their talent - management or otherwise - to those in need in the community.

School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

*NEW* Graduate Student Internship Program

Graduate Student Internship Program

Faculty: School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and The Student Success Centre

Length: 4, 8, or 12 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid

Commitment: Full-time (30 - 44 hrs/week)

Start Date/End Date: September, January, or May / Year-round

Contact: Chris Circelli | Phone: 519-661-2111 x81081 | email: ccircel@uwo.ca  

Website:  http://grad.uwo.ca/internship

Description: The Graduate Student Internship Program is designed to provide meaningful, paid work opportunities for master and doctoral students to apply their discipline specific theory with practice and expand their professional portfolios while contributing to the needs of the industry partner.  In this program, masters and doctoral students from research-orientated degree programs will participate in 4-, 8-, or 12- month long, paid, full- time internships with public, private, or not-for-profit employers.  Graduate students participating in the program must have completed their course work (master’s students) or their comprehensive exam or equivalent (doctoral students).

Master of Public Health

Faculty: School of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Length: 12 weeks

Paid or unpaid: Unpaid

Commitment: 35 hours per week 

Start date/End date: May/July

Contact: Courtney Hambides | Phone: 519-661-2111 x86307 | email: publichealth@schulich.uwo.ca

Website: http://www.schulich.uwo.ca/publichealth/practicum/host_a_student.html

Description: The Master of Public Health Program works to connect our students with valuable practicum opportunities within the field of public health. Public health organizations are welcome to contact us to discuss hosting a practicum student.

The objective of the MPH practicum is to ensure that students acquire the ability to translate their public health knowledge into practice. It is also an opportunity to demonstrate their preparedness and ability to address complex public health issues and demands in real life situations. The goal of the practicum is to provide students with an opportunity to gain exposure to public health in practice, interact with professionals in the field, and obtain hands-on experience working on a public health project.

The Master of Public Health includes the following courses: Principles of Epidemiology; Statistical Methods in Health; Sustaining Environmental Health; Health Promotion; Social Cultural Determinants of Health; Developing Healthy Communities; Transforming Public Health; Leading People and Organizations in Public Health; Aboriginal Health; Health Policy, Law and Equity; Managing Health Services; Community Health Assessment & Program; Research for Health; Health Communications; Health Economics.

Western Continuing Studies

Continuing Studies Practicum

Faculty: Western Continuing Studies

Length: 4 months

Paid or unpaid: Paid and Unpaid

Commitment: 35 hours per week

Start date/End date: varies by program

Contact: Katrina McIntosh | Phone: 519-661-2111 x85211 | email: katrina.mcintosh@uwo.ca

Website

Description: The practicum is the final term in each post-degree diploma program, allowing students to apply what they have learned and easing the transition from degree to career.   Students are expected to be on site full-time during the practicum period. Practicums are offered in the following programs: