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Course Overview

Students will apply knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to an internship in a site agreed upon with the internship professor. For four credits, the student will work 120 hours in the internship and attend a 1-hour class weekly. Students will be required to complete reading assignments and write papers applying the concepts and ideas in the readings and classroom sessions to their workplaces. This course is offered during the fall semester only. Students must have confirmation of an internship placement that starts by the first Friday of the semester.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Co-requisite: SOC 491

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate