CRJ 499 — Criminal Justice Internship
3 - 6 Credits
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 and educational career objectives. Sites may include, for example, federal and state law enforcement agencies, the district attorney’s office, state and federal courts, municipal police departments, victim/witness assistance units, correctional facilities, and state and federal probation offices.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Students are required to have a minimum cgpa of 2.0, senior status, and approval of department chair. This course is graded pass/fail.