INDSC 320 Internship

Provides opportunity for career-related work experience in a student's area of study. Under faculty supervision, internships are arranged on an individual basis to match students' career goals and interests with employers' needs. Career Services provides assistance in locating internships. Internships require a minimum of 120 hours at the employer's site plus an internship journal and reflective essay evaluating the position and experience. Students should arrange their internship prior to registering for the semester. Grading is pass/fail. Internships may or not be paid depending upon employer policy.


3 credits


Junior status and other prerequisites may apply. For information, students should contact their department chair or program coordinator


Fall and Spring

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