A learning experience in a selected community agency or organization determined by the student's area of interest. Under supervision, the student will be able to apply sociological methods and principles in a practical setting, become aware of social processes and community needs, or conduct research. Ten class hours per semester, 135 internship hours.
Prerequisites: One other Sociology course and permission of instructor.
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Spring Semester 2014
Summer Session 2014