IST281G - Internship

Credits: 3

This capstone course will allow students to receive on-the-job experience at an off-site location related to their specific area of academic concentration. Students are required to work eight hours per week at paid/unpaid positions that meet the criteria established by the Internship Manual. A seminar meeting one period per week will review internship progress and discuss issues related to successful employment. Outside work and research concerning the weekly topic will be required. 


Prerequisite: Completion of coursework for the first three semesters of the student’s program of study and approval of the Department Chair and/or Program Advisor. 

Required course for