CRJ270 - Criminal Justice Internship
This course prepares students entering the field of criminal justice by applying theoretical knowledge to practical experience. Students will complete a minimum of 120 hours at an agency provided by the internship coordinator and assist in activities deemed appropriate by the agency. The agency will also evaluate the student. Students are required to maintain an internship log and prepare an extensive paper which relates previous criminal justice coursework to the internship experience.
Approval from the Department Chair is required prior to registration.