Internship Coordinator is Dr. Craig
Curtis, 426B Bradley Hall, 677-2492.
you want to do an internship, either come to the Internship Coordinator for
ideas and contacts, or make the first contact yourself if you are sure the internship
is the type that qualifies. Sure
bets include political campaigns, legislative offices, and government agencies.
for PLS 480: Enrollment is by reserve card only. See the Internship Coordinator
Obligations: PLS 480 is a variable credit hour offering. You may receive one to
six hours of credit, depending on the amount of time you spend in your
internship. 70 contact hours with the internship organization are required for
each hour of academic credit. In addition to working the required number of
hours, the following tasks must be completed in order to receive credit:
must keep a journal, at least on a weekly basis.
must complete an academic project, to be negotiated with me. Commonly, a 3to 5
page paper is required for three hours of credit, but other options than a
paper are encouraged.
else: You need to provide contact information for your internship site supervisor
to the Internship Coordinator, typically a job title and an e-mail address will
do. Your supervisor will evaluate your performance during the course of the
internship. Of course, your work must be satisfactory in order to receive a
The internship course is graded on a Pass/Fail basis. You must have all the
requirements of the course completed and all documentation in my office by the
last day of exams of the semester in which you are to receive credit.
Incompletes will be awarded only in accordance with the official Bradley
University Policy as set out in the Bradley Student Handbook and the
Guidelines for the Paper
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