Internships provide students with real-world experience that can be helpful on either job or graduate school applications. Students are also likely to gain insight into whether or not their chosen career paths are a good fit.
Two Types of Internships to Choose From
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) currently offers two different internship opportunities:
•We offer a Traditional Internship program in which students gain first-hand work experience in a criminal justice career field.
•We also offer a Research Internship that allows students to gain hands-on experience conducting research alongside a SCCJ faculty member.
•The internship course (CRCJ 3970) can be taken twice for a combined total of 6 credits.
Application deadlines for both types of internships are as follows:
• October 1 for Spring Internships
• March 1 for Summer Internships
• May 1 for Fall Internships
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