1-3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: Junior standing; 2.5 or higher GPA. This course provides the student the opportunity for practical application of skills and concepts discussed in classes in a real world setting. Student will assist in developing unique learning objectives that relate to their career goals. The project for this internship will concentrate on problem solving and critical thinking. The internship must be arranged during the semester prior to enrollments and must be approved by the supervising faculty and program director.
Discipline: Ethical Leadership
|ELS390-01: Internship||Schumacher, Anthony C.||Open: 12 / Reg: 8 / Max: 20|
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