CRJ 498 — Criminal Justice Internship
Students receive supervised training from practicing professionals, normally during the final semester of the fourth year. Learning is achieved through observation and/or direct participation. Students are placed appropriately in settings that apply to their individual career and educational objectives. Sites may include, for example: federal and state law enforcement agencies; the District Attorney’s Office, Attorney General’s Office, or U.S. Attorney’s Office; state and federal Public Defender’s Offices; state and federal courts; municipal and state police departments; victim/witness assistance units; correctional facilities; state and federal probation and parole offices; and corporate security departments.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Students are required to have a minimum cgpa of 2.5, senior status, and approval of department chair. This course is graded pass/fail.