Internships for Credit
Practical experience working within a career field of interest, supplemented by an on-line, synchronous seminar. Internships must be off-campus, arranged by the student and approved by the course instructor. They may be done in a wide array of settings. (Students are strongly encouraged to contact the Career Center for assistance with the process of identifying and securing an internship.) Students will follow a common syllabus. In addition, in conjunction with the instructor, students will compose and complete an individual learning agreement related to their particular internships.
- Students are required to submit the CDEV 145 learning agreement form to the instructor by the first day of class and ideally at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the semester.
- Students will not be allowed to continue past the add/drop period unless a learning agreement has been signed by the instructor and submitted to the registrar by 4pm on the last day of add/drop.