Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies
Snr Project: Internship Humanities
An alternative to the Senior Project Seminar, the Senior Project Internship allows students to apply knowledge from concentration course work to a professional work experience related to their studies. Students should submit a proposal outlining their internship, which must be approved by the Internship Coordinator. A minimum of 100 hours of on-site work is required and should take place over the duration of the fall/spring (15-week) or summer (12-week) semester. This weekly engagement with the internship is important. In addition to hours at their placement, students meet regularly with the Internship Coordinator and attend class meetings with other interns. A written component (a weekly journal and a final paper) is also required.