CLS 485: Internship

Class Program
Credits 4 12

Through this 160-hour minimum internship, students gain professional experience by applying analytical skills learned in their crime and legal studies course work. Students may choose from a variety of internship options including community and governmental agencies, the criminal justice system, law offices or others that assist entry into a professional career. Graded Pass/Fail.

  • Crime and Legal Studies major;
  • Junior standing or above;
  • Pre-internship seminar;
  • Permission of the faculty sponsor and the dean for the School of Business & Social Sciences.
Semester Offered
Offered fall, spring, and summer