Internships are required of all students who major in Criminology or Sociology and are recommended for all students who minor in any area of the Department of Law and Justice Studies. An internship is a work experience related to your major or area of career interest. It is supervised by a faculty member and an on-site supervisor. You can earn between three and six hours of college credit for your internship.
Over the last several years, students in the Department of Law and Justice Studies have completed internships in a wide variety of settings. They have included: