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ARTH4851 - Art History Internship
This internship serves as a connection between the classroom and the practical field, providing the opportunity to apply classroom theory to actual problems in a "real-world" setting over the course of a semester, with guidance from industry professionals. Coursework includes creating learning objectives and describing a plan to attain them, completing biweekly reflections on the experience, participating in online group discussions with classmates, a seminar paper and presentation, a 4- to 6-page position paper, a self-evaluation, and employer evaluations.

Studio Internship
Description This internship serves as a connection between the classroom and the practical field, providing the opportunity to apply classroom theory to actual problems in a "real-world" setting over the course of a semester, with guidance from industry professionals. Coursework includes creating learning objectives and describing a plan to attain them, completing biweekly reflections on the experience, participating in online group discussions with classmates, a seminar paper and presentation, a 4- to 6-page position paper, a self-evaluation, and employer evaluations.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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