This weekly seminar provides the context for student interns to reflect on concrete experiences at an internship site and link those experiences to study in the student’s major as well as the political, psychological, social, economic and intellectual forces that shape our views on work and its meaning. The aim is to integrate the liberal arts with issues and themes surrounding the pursuit of a satisfying and productive life. Students receive academic credit for complementary academic work which augments their internship fieldwork experience. This course cannot count towards the upper division graduation requirement.
- Junior or Senior standing
- 2.5 GPA
- Ability of complete 120 hours of fieldwork at internship site
- Approval of Career and Employment Services Internship Coordinator
- Completion of Academic Internship Learning Agreement
Complete Academic Internship Guidelines, as approved by the Curriculum Committee include:
- General overview of Academic Internship units