Criminal Justice Internship
The criminal justice student is placed in an approved agency or setting appropriate to his or her skills and career goals. The student is supervised in the field by a site supervisor as well as by the faculty internship director. The student is responsible for performing the tasks assigned by the site supervisor as well as for written assignments from the internship director. (No more than 6 SH may be applied for Criminal Justice coursework). Internships require senior standing a cumulative and major GPA of 2.5. A student is expected to complete 125 hours or 250 hours for 3 semester hours or 6 semester hours of credit, respectively. Prerequisite: Must be a Criminal Justice major and have at least 18 semester hours of core curriculum finished and permission of the instructor.) Credit, 3-6 hours.