ARTDES 351 - Internship
Section: 201
Term: SU 2010
Subject: Art and Design (ARTDES)
Department: School of Art and Design
1 - 3 (Non-LSA credit).
With permission of department.
Advisory Prerequisites:
May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credit(s).

Juniors and seniors in good academic standing are eligible to receive up to 3 credits for an internship. In many cases, students network for their own internship opportunities; however, the Career Development Coordinator in the Academic Services Office compiles requests from organizations for interns which are posted on bulletin boards and announced to all students via email and the web. The following internship guidelines apply:

  • Students may earn one credit for each 50 hours of internship experience with a maximum of three credits applied toward graduation requirements.
  • No grade is assigned. Internships are pass/fail only.
  • Students first secure a site supervisor's signature on the Internship Proposal Formand then the Associate Dean's signature before undertaking an internship.
  • The student's and site supervisor's signatures on the Internship Proposal Form indicate a contractual agreement. The Associate Dean's signature indicates approval for credit for the internship experience. Forms are available in the information bins outside the Academic Services Office. Note: There are two separate forms, one for Outreach/Engagement Internship, and one for regular Internship.
  • Students register for Internship (ARTDES 351) or Outreach/Engagement Internship (ARTDES 311).
  • Three documents are required for credit: the Internship or Outreach/Engagement Internship Proposal Form with the three signatures listed above, a written summary of the experience by the student, and a site supervisor's performance evaluation.
  • Students return these three documents to the Career Development Coordinator in the Academic Services Office for a final evaluation by the Associate Dean before a passing grade is posted to the student's transcript.
  • Internship credits will be applied toward academic electives, not advanced studieos.

ARTDES 351 - Internship
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