CAEX 6500 - Internship
As part of students’ approved internship placement, this course is an opportunity for students to apply classroom learning to real-world conditions. Activities include journal entries, evaluations, and reflection on topics such as ethics, communication, collaboration, transferable skills, and social change. Upon completion, students will gain exposure to a professional setting related to their program of study and explore the practical application of skills in the global workplace.
Note: This course is for quarter-based graduate (including master’s level and doctoral level) students.
♦ Students are required to review acceptable internship tasks on the Career Planning and Development website, locate their internship site, and complete all required paperwork at least 4 weeks prior to the start date of their internship course.
♦ There are some states that currently do not permit internships. Contact Career Planning and Development in advance of locating a site to confirm eligibility.
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