Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies
Professional Studies Senior Project Internship
An alternative to the Senior Project Seminar, the Professional Studies Senior Project Internship allows students to apply knowledge from concentration course work to a professional work experience related to their studies. 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. In addition to their internships, students must attend class meetings with other interns. A written component (a weekly journal and a final paper) is also required. To qualify for a Senior Project internship, students should have completed 90 credits of course work, be in good standing in their program, and obtain the approval of their advisor.