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Course Overview

This course provides a way for students to integrate theory and practice. Students will apply knowledge and skills gained in the classroom by interning at a business, government agency, or at another field experience site approved by the Major-Minor Coordinator in the department. Students will fulfill their duties in a learning contract developed by their on-site supervisor and faculty sponsor. Student performance will be assessed via products agreed upon with the faculty sponsor, including, but limited to, weekly journals, reflective papers, and research proposals or projects.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate