CJ 499: Criminal Justice Internship (6) (F or S)
Internship designed to combine theoretical knowledge with practical work by allowing students to participate in Criminal Justice agencies in the community. In addition, students must complete 200 work hours and submit work logs and a research paper or report on some aspect of the agency.
Prerequisites: One hundred hours of course work towards the Criminal Justice degree. Contract must be filed the semester before the internship begins. (A criminal justice major may waive the internship requirement and take two 400 level elective criminal justice courses).