Purpose: An internship experience provides the student with an opportunity to explore career interests while applying knowledge and skills learned in the classroom in a work setting. An internship also allows the student to network with professionals and gain insights into their desired career track prior to graduation. Success in an internship course requires self-motivation, sound time management, and the resolve maximize the overall experience.
Prerequisite: Students must have at least 60 credits completed and be in good academic standing. Students under 60 credits require permission from Department Chair of Art + Art History. This course may be repeated.
For each credit taken, a minimum of 48 hours must be completed. A 3 credit internship requires completion of 144 hours.
The Department of Art + Art History updates its list of available internships on a regular basis. Students are required to contact their desired internship site and secure their internship ahead of attempting to register.
Questions about internships contact – Mr. Christopher Rodriguez Barake, A+AH Senior Coordinator of Academic Support Services at firstname.lastname@example.org