A number of departments have established internship opportunities, some of which are optional whereas others are required. They provide an opportunity for a student to integrate work and formal education under the guidance of professionals in his/her major field of study, and to test career choice decisions. Internships will be content based, skill related, academically substantive, value related, and integral to the student’s academic and career choice. Internships can be on or off campus, and paid or unpaid, as stipulated by the department. A faculty supervisor, collaborating with an off-campus supervisor, will monitor and supervise student progress, and evaluate final achievement.
Internship information and application forms can be obtained from academic departments. Students must register before participating in the internship.