Jun 27, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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CRJ 4810 - Criminal Justice Internship


This course combines 50 hours per credit of student participation in the operation of one host criminal justice agency with instructor-led seminar meetings held throughout the semester. The course is designed to give upper-level criminal justice majors the opportunity to have responsible work-related experience in the field.  Students must apply and be accepted into the internship program by both social science faculty and the supervising agency.  Both the social science faculty instructor and the on-site supervisor will provide direction and supervision throughout the internship.

Prerequisites & Notes
The prerequisites are CRJ 2170 and permission. A signed contract is required at the time of registration. Students may take the course for up to six credits, but only three may be counted toward program requirements.

Credits: 3-6



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