The 120 hour internship allows students to combine academic study with on-the-job experience in the workplace before receiving their degree.
Students are provided with supervised training in their field of study or a related academic area at an approved location. The primary purpose of the student's position must be substantive work based on sound academic principles that support the student's goals and the learning outcomes stated in the student's degree program or a related academic area. An on-campus seminar is required. This internship is offered as a free elective and may not be taken in place of a degree program's required internship. This course may not be repeated for credit but may be repeated once for a higher grade.
120 Credit Hours
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