Academic Policy Details


Internships of varying design and length are available to students from many academic majors. Such internships provide a practical learning experience as a supplement to classroom instruction. The internship is also a way to test out a career choice or even to get a foot in the door for a potential job offer.

Internships provide the opportunity to relate work activity to educational objectives. Students interested in completing an internship must meet the criteria required by their major program and have approval of the faculty member supervising the internship, the division chair and the academic dean. Students interested in registering for internships need to plan early in order to secure an appropriate work situation and gain approval.


These policies apply to the Semester Program/On Campus students only.  Graduate College Students will need to consult the Graduate College Bulletin.

Academic Catalog 2009