INTERNSHIPS

This section does not apply to internships in teacher education (elementary/middle/secondary, health or physical education), allied health, exercise and sport science non-teaching programs, recreation, or graduate programs.

Departmental -
Course descriptions and prerequisites for the following are listed under appropriate departmental and/or program headings: Accounting 450, Anthropology 450, Archaeology 450, Art 450, Biology 450, Communication Studies 450, Economics 450, Educational Media 450, English 450, English as a Second Language 450, Finance 450, Foreign Language 450 (listed separately under French, German and Spanish), Geography/Earth Science 450, History 450, Management 450, 451, 452, Marketing 450, Microbiology 450, Physics and Astronomy 450, Political Science 450, Psychology 450, Sociology 450, Theatre Arts 450, and Women's Studies 450.

Note:
Students must be on their internship worksite during the semester for which they are registered for academic credit.

University-wide Cooperative Education Internships
(non-departmental)

CEI 450 Cr. 1-15
Cooperative Education Internship
An academically relevant field experience in government, industry, business, or community agencies. Students must have their internships approved and be advised by the department most relevant to the field assignment. Determination of relevancy shall be made by the Career Services Office with the advice and consent of the department involved. Students must be on their internship worksite during the semester for which they are registered for academic credit. Credits earned usually will count only toward university electives and not toward the completion of any major or minor. For exceptions, see the Career Services Office. Prerequisites: junior standing with a 2.25 grade point average. Pass/Fail grading.

CEI 475 Cr. 3-15
University-wide Cooperative Education Internship
A sequel to CEI 450 for the student who has previously served an internship under CEI 450 and utilized all available credit therein (i.e., 15). This course is only for approved co-op students seeking an academically relevant field experience in government, industry, business, or community agencies. The co-op internship assignment must be approved and the grade assigned by the department in which the student is majoring. The experience will be supervised closely by the intern's on-site supervisor, by the Career Services Staff, and by the student's faculty internship adviser. Students must be on their internship worksite during the semester for which they are registered for academic credit. Credits earned in this course do not count toward the completion of the major or toward the completion of a degree. These credits will not be averaged into the student's grade point average. Pass/Fail grading.