Field Experience in Behavioral Health and Human Services is designed to prepare students to become entry-level human service workers. Students gain an experiential, cumulative learning opportunity in a human services agency for 120 hours over the course of the semester. Students are placed into field sites that focus on micro, mezzo and macro aspects of practice under the supervision of both a faculty liaison/instructor and an agency field supervisor. Emphasis is placed on the integration of best practices as they pertain to emerging trends in the field. This learning takes place in various modalities which may include group and individual meetings with the instructor and/or the field instructor.