2015-2016 University Catalog
Social Service Internship
Six semester hours.
The internship is designed to offer supervised on the job training experiences and career opportunities in various settings in health, education, and human service organizations. Students will apply sociological knowledge in a social service setting, attend class and individual conferences with the Internship Coordinator, produce time sheets, reports and a supervisor’s evaluation based on internship performance. Non-Sociology majors may take this course with permission of student’s advisor. Students receive a certificate upon successful completion of the Internship. Evaluation of performance in this course is on CR/NC basis. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
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