Steps for Pursuing an Internship for Departmental Credit
1. Talk to Your Advisor
Check with your advisor to find out if your department offers credit for internships and departmental procedures. Determine how your internship for credit could fit into your overall degree plan, especially in your major.
2. Make the Internship Count
Check the Truman catalog for courses at the 400 level in your department that are titled “Internship” and “Internship Evaluation.” You must receive credit through both of them.
3. Find the Internship Coordinator
Find out if there is an intern coordinator for your department. If so, talk with them more extensively about the application process. If your department doesn’t have an intern coordinator, you will have to follow these steps.
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