Course Description

Internship Project is a supervised work experience for those students who have identified an employer offering an internship opportunity. It is designed to provide qualified applicants with practical experience, enable students to assess various career choices, advance in their careers, and apply concepts and ideas in a real world setting. Normally, 90 hours on-the-job are needed to qualify for 4.5 quarter units. Course is scheduled for each student individually, for two academic months, but can be extended for up to six months. International students are subject to special restrictions and should consult their international student admissions advisor. Grading is H, S, or U only.

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