HSCI-322 Human Science Internship/Research
Fall for 2017-2018
Students will work in a university, institution or agency in a field appropriate to their career goals. Together with faculty and a preceptor at the agency, each student will develop a plan with the following essential components: There should be a "product" developed by the end of the internship. This product should be of value to the institution/agency hosting the intern and may take many forms such as: document, poster presentation, national meeting, policy plan, notebook of data, manuscript etc. Class discussions will facilitate the development of a detailed research proposal, data presentation and analysis. Contemporary issues in human science relevant to the internship activities of the class will be discussed in student-led oral presentations.
Credits: 6
Prerequisites: Human Science Seniors only
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