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Internship Credit

Students may earn 2 to 6 credits per semester, not to exceed a total of 12 university credits.

Internship credits are used to fill general elective requirements.

Credit hours/hours worked per semester:

  • 2-credit hours: 150 hours
  • 3-credit hours: 225 hours
  • 4-credit hours: 300 hours
  • 5-credit hours: 375 hours
  • 6-credit hours: 450 hours

Grading for Internships

Grades are based upon meeting pre-determined Learning Objectives, the Employer Evaluation, working the set number of required hours, completing work assigned by the Faculty Coordinator and submitting required reports and forms by the established due dates.

Internship grading is determined by the student's academic department and faculty coordinator. 


Learning Objectives
Students are required to complete the Learning Objectives form by the date specified from their faculty coordinator. 

The Objectives must be approved by the Internship Supervisor and Faculty Coordinator.

It is the student’s responsibility to upload the signed Learning Objective Form to the Online Internship Course. 


Evaluations

The student and employer will submit final evaluations to The Center for Career and Professional Development.

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