The following explains the policy on internship credits for CALS students.
The college's internship program gives undergraduates a chance to see
how they can use what they have learned in an on-the-job setting. By
enrolling under a special course number (Coordinative Internship/Cooperative Education 399)
students can earn 1–8 credits per semester if approved by the advisor
and field supervisor. A total of 8 internship credits may be applied
toward graduation. A number of agencies and corporations conduct formal
training programs or internships for students before or immediately
following graduation. Students are allowed diverse experiences and at
the end of the internship may become a permanent employee. Students must have approval of a CALS advisor and
complete a learning contract prior to registration for internship
students should contact either the CALS Career Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or their advisor.
Relevant Internship Forms
Internship Agreement Form
Progress Report Form