HUM 470: Humanities Internship.
2 days per week, plus bi-weekly conferences, 5 credits. Supervised work in both public agencies and private businesses that requires the skills derived from the fine and liberal arts. The program offers students practical experience in a wide range of business and non-profit sector careers to which a humanities and liberal arts education may lead. It may be repeated once under special circumstances and with approval of the Internships Screening and Evaluation Committee. Grading will be on a Pass/Fail basis. PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of 75 college credits and approval of the Internships Screening and Evaluation Committee.
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