Student Internship Application
Definition of Internship
- An Internship is an approved educational program whereby a student earns college credit for work experience in their respective field of study.
Internship Courses Available:
- One, two, and three credit internships are available each semester (Students may apply for and earn additional internship credits during the summer semester)
- Each credit requires 50 work hours (for example, a 3-credit internship requires 150 work hours)
Student Eligibility Requirements:
- Intends to work at a job that is within the major discipline
- Maintained at least an overall 2.5 GPA (after the first semester)
- Completed a minimum of 12 credits in the major discipline
- Received the recommendation for internship from a major faculty member
- Student must complete the Internship Application form at the beginning of the internship in which they will work. There is no tuition cost for this course.
- At that time, student must meet with the Internship Coordinator (Laurie Grove) who will provide details and requirements of the course. This includes all forms, the number of work hours required, the determination of a final grade, and the daily work logs.
- The work hours of the Internship must be completed within the semester. Incompletes will not be awarded.
- The Internship cannot be used to satisfy graduation requirement unless the program specifically includes it in the curriculum. In any event, the grade for the Internship will count toward the overall GPA of the student (not the program major GPA).