Students in the Department of Sociology are strongly encouraged to complete an internship while working towards their undergraduate degree. The benefits of doing an internship are numerous and include:
Earning academic credit
Invaluable networking and resume building opportunities
The opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to practical work experience
Earning Experiential Learning Requirement (ELR) credit
To learn more about internships in each program, click on the navigation bar to the left for your major. If you’re interested in doing an internship, please consult the undergraduate internship coordinator for Sociology, or Criminology & Justice Studies, whichever is appropriate for your major, or the Sociology Academic Advisor.
More information about internships and future careers can be found here.