The optional internship course is specifically tailored to further prepare degree students for the careers of their choice. A Faculty Mentor and a Career Development advisor work directly with host facilities to make sure participants gain practical experience and on-the-job training. Besides the many obvious advantages of gaining working experience in a real-world situation, a successful internship gives graduates a professional reference which can be very beneficial when seeking employment. This is a variable unit course, from 1 to 3 credits, depending on the number of hours spent at the internship site.
Prerequisites: Complete 100 credits prior to first day of class, Academic Advisor Approval