LIT 350I

Literature Individualized Internship

1-8 Undergraduate credits
Effective January 1, 1996 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

Students may sometimes obtain internships in selected areas of literary study to gain deeper understanding of knowledge, skills and the context of the field. Internships in literary studies are for research or criticism rather than creative writing. When internships are available, site supervisors give guidance and direction to customized internship projects. Faculty members serve as liaisons between the internship sites and the university, providing information to students and potential supervisors and helping to supervise the learning experience. Internships normally earn between one and four credits, require forty work hours per credit during the semester, and may be served through a standard hours/work schedule or with flexible work hours scheduling, depending on the nature of the internship and site preferences. Students may consult the internship site for more information at:

Special information

Note: Students must have secured an internship site and have an approved Internship Agreement form before registering. Contact the Internship Office for further information.

Learning outcomes

Spring 2020

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41 Literature Individualized Internship Books Course details