Students may complete full-time internships ranging from working on a newspaper to serving as a pastoral care assistant in a hospital. Online internship postings, along with national directories, are maintained by the Career and Internship Center. Students should consult with the Career and Internship Center, and career development professionals will assist in exploring internship possibilities. Although a number of concentrations have required internship components, internships may be taken by students from all majors.
Students work under the joint supervision of a faculty member and a qualified professional in the field. Before registering for a specific internship, the student must have an appropriate faculty supervisor. See the Academic Regulations and Off-Campus Study sections of the catalog for more details. Internships are offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Up to four units of internship credit may be counted in the total required units for graduation.