What is the plural form of the word "practicum"?

Question:For instance, if I wanted to say: "I have had several practicums" correctly. Is it "practicums" or "practice" or something different entirely? I didn't think that "practicums" was right.




Answers:
I thought it was practicums, but I wanted to be sure, seems I was right!

prac·ti·* [ práktikəm ] (plural prac·ti·cums)
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practicum (singular), practicums (plural)
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I think in Latin it'd be "practica"
practica
"practicums" now-a-days according to google.
normally the latin plural for practicum would be practici
prac·ti·* (prāk'tĭ-kəm) Pronunciation Key
n. A school or college course, especially one in a specialized field of study, that is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied theory: advanced practicums in teaching reading.
PRACTICA

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