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CRIJ 4601
Criminal Justice Internship
Six semester hours. (SP)
Supervised internship program, for both in-service and pre-service students who are beginning their senior year. Students are placed in criminal justice agencies in the community to engage in individual observation and research into agency operation. Students must maintain activity logs, attend class meetings, and write a research paper based on their agency experiences. The evaluation of student performance is on a pass/fail basis. Prerequisite for CRIJ majors: Successful completion of the lower-level CRIJ courses (or equivalent courses) required for the CRIJ major. Must be taken by CRIJ majors during senior year. Juniors and non-CRIJ majors may take the class with special permission of Internship Coordinator. Evaluation of performance in this course is on CR/NC basis.

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