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WRIT 350I Writing Individual Internship

Students obtain internships in selected areas of study to gain deeper understand of knowledge, skills and the context of a given field. Faculty members serve as evaluators and liaisons between the internship sites and the university, providing information to students and potential supervisors and supervising the learning experience. Internships normally earn between one and four credits, require 40 work hours per credit, and may be served through a standard hours/work schedule or with flexible work hours.

Special information

Note: Students must have secured an internship site and have an approved Internship Agreement form before registering. For information on internship resources, guidelines and forms go to: click on academic internships. Grading is Pass/No credit only.
1-9 Undergraduate credits

Effective January 1, 1996 to present

Learning outcomes

Spring 2022

Section Title Instructor
01 Technical Writing for Non-profit Arts Organization Internship Anderson, Katharine E Books Course details
02 Document and Content Creation in the Workplace Internship Anderson, Katharine E Books Course details
41 Writing Individual Internship Anderson, Katharine E Books Course details

Fall 2022

Section Title Instructor
41 Writing Individual Internship Lee, Edward B Books Course details