COMM3896: Internship for Academic Credit

1-4 CreditsField StudyInternship/Co-opOnline AvailableWriting Enriched

An applied learning experience in an agreed-upon, short-term, supervised workplace activity, with defined goals, which may be related to a student's major field or area of interest. The work can be full or part time, paid or unpaid, primarily in off-campus environments. Internships integrate classroom knowledge and theory with practical application and skill development in professional or community settings. The skills and knowledge learned should be transferable to other employment settings and not simply to advance the operations of the employer. Typically the student's work is supervised and evaluated by a site coordinator or instructor.

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A- Average (3.556)Most Common: A (62%)

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105 students

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