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Academic Internship Guidelines - Graduate

Many students have been offered permanent, professional positions as a result of their participation in the Internship Program. Both for-credit and not-for-credit internships are available for students looking to gain valuable career-related work experience.

Internships for Credit:  Internships for credit are temporary practical work experiences guided by academic knowledge and overseen by a member of the faculty. Internship courses afford students the opportunity to obtain skills in a practical work setting while integrating classroom concepts with professional expectations. Learn how to pursue an Internship for Credit.

Directed Study:  Highly qualified students can, under guidance of a faculty member, undertake a Directed Study to conduct an in-depth investigation of a specialized topic not currently offered in the program curriculum. These courses are based solely on research or a specially designed projects developed in conjunction with a faculty member. Learn how to pursue a Directed Study