Internship in Education

EDUCATION 299

Students may receive up to 3 units of credit for an approved, faculty-sponsored internship that relates to the study and application of educational research. Credit determined by the number of hours worked per the College of Arts and Sciences recommendations. Specific requirements, which include but are not limited to completion of hours, an essay about the student's experience, and/or informational meetings with other faculty about the student's internship experience, are set by the faculty supervisor in consultation with the supervisor in the organization where the internship work is completed. Students should complete a learning agreement provided by the department. Open to undergraduate majors and minors in the Department of Education only; register for the section assigned to the faculty supervisor. Prerequisites: completion of the "Learning Agreement" provided by the department and approval of faculty supervisor.
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Section 01

Internship in Education
INSTRUCTOR: Michelle Purdy
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Section 02

Internship in Education
INSTRUCTOR: Michele Augustin
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