Humanities
 

Academic Internship

Academic Internship
Examining the American experience from a variety of standpoints. Honing skills in writing; literary criticism; historical research; and social, political, and economic analysis.
AM ST
399R
 Hours0.5 - 6.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesProgram coordinator's consent.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring, Summer
 ProgramsContaining AM ST 399R
Course Outcomes: 

One

Using available resources, students will be able to work independently to arrange and complete an internship that will help them explore post-graduation career possibilities.

Two

Students will be able to analyze and act in accord with the conventions, texts, and/or artifacts of the field in which they arrange their internship; they will develop a fuller understanding of regional, national, and/or international modes of American experience.

One

Using available resources, students will be able to work independently to arrange and complete an internship that will help them explore post-graduation career possibilities.

Three

Students will improve their oral and written skills according to the best practices of the internship situation in which they are engaged, as evaluated by internship supervisors and coordinators.

Two

Students will be able to analyze and act in accord with the conventions, texts, and/or artifacts of the field in which they arrange their internship; they will develop a fuller understanding of regional, national, and/or international modes of American experience.

Three

Students will improve their oral and written skills according to the best practices of the internship situation in which they are engaged, as evaluated by internship supervisors and coordinators.