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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 2009-2011 course catalog. All internship courses listed in the college catalog must be registered for academic credit through the internship office.
Internships join the intellect with practical internationalist experience. Students first identify a specific placement, and agree on objectives and means to gauge progress, including a 1500-word objective midterm report and 3000-word final reflective essay. Prerequisites: an Introduction to International Studies, sophomore standing, and I.S. faculty sponsorship. Course is pass/fail (S/D/NC) only, but may be included on I.S. major plans. Every semester. (1-4 credits)