Interested in a one-credit internship?
Review the full requirements on this syllabus. If you are still interested, you should secure the internship opportunity first, then complete the internship application in the link at the bottom of this page.
The one credit internship is a good option for students that have short duration internship opportunities, or otherwise do not qualify for a three-credit internship.
Undergraduate students who meet eligibility requirements may apply for a one- credit internship and, if approved, receive one credit for a Business (ID 209) or Arts and Sciences (ID 210) elective.
On approval, you will be assigned to a professor who will oversee your work:
Grading is on a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory basis
Grade is not calculated into your GPA
Credit does count in your earned credits toward graduation
The Associate Dean will review your application, which can take several days or longer depending on the timing of submission. Upon approval, the Associate Dean will notify you, your faculty advisor, and also the Registrar to register you for the course.
No, students are only allowed to take this course once (in addition to up to two – 3 credit internship courses).
No. You will receive a grade of Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory for this course. The grade will not be factored into your GPA.
Yes, there will be at least one check-in with the professor, however the professor may ask to meet more with you if s/he feels it is necessary.
Students may sign up for this course anytime during regular registration periods for a given semester, and no later than three weeks after the first day of a semester.
The internship must begin after the start of the term in which the student is enrolled in ID 209/210. All academic work associated with ID 209/210 must be submitted to the professor by Reading Day. The student must complete the internship no later than the last day of exams.
No. The two versions of the course were developed so that students could choose where the one credit counts in their degree requirements, and does not in any way have to be aligned with their major, their minor or the kind of work they will be performing in the internship. ID 209 and 210 are interdisciplinary courses that are meant to be decoupled from specific majors or departments. So an accounting major may have an internship supervised by someone in Modern Languages, for instance, if they choose ID 210.
Yes, students will be allowed to take either ID 209 or 210 once, even if they have taken CDI 102 previously.
Students pay the equivalent of one credits worth of tuition.
Yes, a student can use ID 209/210 to continue working in an internship in which they have previously worked; however, they need to know that they can only take either ID 209 or 210 once.
No, students are allowed to have only one internship experience per academic term.
Once your application for ID 209/210 is approved and you are enrolled in the course, you will need to ask your professor teaching your course to sign the CPT form.