Undergraduate Internship in American Culture Studies

AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES 297

Students receive credit for a faculty-directed and approved internship. Registration requires completion of the Learning Agreement which the student obtains from the Career Center and which must be filled out and signed by the Career Center and the faculty sponsor prior to beginning internship work. Credit should correspond to actual time spent in work activities, e.g., 8-10 hours a week for thirteen or fourteen weeks to receive 3 units of credit; 1 or 2 credits for fewer hours. Students may not receive credit for work done for pay but are encouraged to obtain written evaluations about such work for the student's academic advisor and career placement file. Limited to AMCS Majors and Minors, with Departmental pre-approval required. American Culture Studies (AMCS) is a multidisciplinary program that provides both a broader context for study in different fields and a deeper understanding of American culture in all of its complexities.
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Section 01

Undergraduate Internship in American Culture Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Skinner
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Section 02

Undergraduate Internship in American Culture Studies
INSTRUCTOR: [TBA]
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