Internships (INTR)

Students seeking to register for INTR 301 Internship, Apprentice Program or INTR 401 Internship, Apprentice Program must first meet with the course coordinator. To join the course, students must submit a written letter detailing their work placement, objectives, dates and hours. This letter should include contact information for the student's site supervisor and be printed on company letterhead. At the end of the internship, a second letter must be submitted confirming the student's successful completion of all internship requirements. At that point, a grade will be entered by the course coordinator.

Coordinator

P. Curt McPhail

INTR 301. Internship, Apprentice Program. 1 Hour.

Offered as an option within the Apprenticeship Program, this class enables students to earn one credit hour for an internship experience. Students will secure their own internship and complete a minimum 40 hours of work.This course is for internships prior to the junior year and is offered fall, spring and summer. Intructor permission is required.


INTR 401. Internship, Apprentice Program. 1 Hour.

Offered as an option within the Apprenticeship Program, this class enables students to earn one credit hour for an internship experience. Students will secure their own internship and complete a minimum 40 hours of work.This course is for internships prior to the senior year and is offered fall, spring and summer. Intructor permission is required.