HIST 394 Internship (.5-1)
The Internship in the Department of History is designed to allow students to have the opportunity to work in a local museum or archive, at a local historical site, or with other organizations engaged in projects of a historical nature. The course allows students the opportunity to explore the kind of work that professionals in the field do, while assisting a local heritage organization in their work.
The Internship is completed under the guidance of the director of the program. Students may take this course for either .5 or 1 credit. Students completing the .5 credit option complete 3-8 hours a week at the Internship site, remain in regular communication with the Internship director, and complete a report on their experience. Students completing the 1 credit option complete at least 10 hours a week at the Internship site, remain in regular communication with the Director, and complete a major project or paper upon completion. The course may not be taken for more than 1 credit in History.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences
- Offering: Every semester
- Instructor: Jopp