HCOLL 399R

Professional Internship

College of Humanities

Course Description

This course helps students initiate a series of professional experiences, while on their internship, that allow them to develop and demonstrate understanding of key competencies in professional contexts. Students will learn how to harness intention, feedback, reflection, and integration of new learning to translate the value of the professional competencies into a powerful, evidence-based story of what they offer future employers.

When Taught

All Semesters/Terms

Grade Rule

Grade Rule 10: A, B, C, D, E, T, I (Standard grade rule with a T option)

Min

0.5

Fixed

9

Recommended

HCOLL 396R; HCOLL 396R.

Note

An APPROVED Internship Application is required before adding.

Title

Professional Competencies

Learning Outcome

Students will be able to identify, through evidence-based narrative, key professional competencies in context.

Title

Reflection

Learning Outcome

Students will be able to translate the value of professional development experience through guided reflection activites in order to tell their story.

Title

Mastery

Learning Outcome

Create and document a series of meaningful internship experiences yielding evidence of professional skills mastery and deeper self-awareness.