Receive up to four academic credits for an academic internship.
If you are interested in doing an internship for credit, contact Dr. Elizabeth O’Connor, the department’s internship coordinator, to discuss your plans and options. In order to receive academic credit, students must be registered for an academic internship PRIOR to the first day of work. Refer to the Academic Internships web page to access the necessary forms.
There are a number of online resources available that can help you search for an internship. We recommend that you start with the Career Development Office’s Internship Resources web page.