At the end of the junior year, students are required to do a 30-day internship or more by volunteering at NGO’s, schools, preschools, hospitals, forensic institutions or other institutions where they will be able to conduct field observations and get to know the field. During their internship students will keep regular reports. In the following fall semester when they come back to the university, they will take this course to evaluate, discuss, formulate cases and receive professional supervision to examine any problems, difficulties, and concerns they faced during their internship. In addition, students will be presenting their cases and have the opportunity to share information with other students while received feedback on the issues they have faced.