Jul 05, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

CCJ 4920 Internship in Criminal Justice


This course is designed to help students apply criminology theory and concepts to the criminal justice system, learn the cultural competency and ethical skills necessary to work in the criminology field, and prepare for the post-college job market in the criminal justice system.  The semester prior to registration, students arrange an internship placement with the assistance and approval of the Department Internship Coordinator. The course requires a minimum of 120 hours of fieldwork during the semester in which the student is enrolled. In addition to completing their fieldwork hours, students attend several 75 minute in-person classes and three-to-four one-on-one meetings with the course instructor in which they receive feedback on their written work.

 

  Senior Status and Approval of Internship coordinator Prerequisite(s): SOC 3020   with a grade of C-.   Cross Listed Course(s): SOC 4920  
Credits: 3.00-6.00