Federal Semester Internships
Students complete a spring internship at a federal agency, congressional office, or related organization, including NGO's, nonprofits, think tanks, and private industry. There, they apply lessons from the seminar and supplementary courses to real-life situations.
may either register for UNIV349 or enroll in an internship course in their major.
Credit for the Internship: Students must choose one of the two options:
1. Register for UNIV 349 and receive 3 to 6 credits, based on the number of hours worked and other assignments that supplement the professional experience.
Breakdown of credit hours:
2. Register for an internship under the course number offered for internships within the student's academic department. For credit, students must follow that department's guidelines for credits, grading, and hours required.
All students are expected to participate in spring Federal Semester Program events.