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Departmental Internship Requirements
Many majors require or encourage an internship as a part of their requirements. These internship course descriptions are taken from the 2009-20011 course catalog. All internship courses listed in the college catalog must be registered for academic credit through the internship office.
Work that involves the student in practical (usually off campus) experience. Students may intern in any of the variety of internships listed by the college or arrange their own internships. Students will be expected to produce an ethnographic paper for the instructor in addition to approximately 10 hours per week at the internship site. Only one internship may count towards an anthropology major. The department views internships as a valuable experience in which the student has an opportunity to “study” a job. Offered as S/D/NC grading only, but may be included on Anthropology major plans. Every semester. (4 credits)