Internships provide students with a supervised work experience in a setting in which Criminology is applied. Students in the Criminology major are required to have one three credit-hour experiential learning opportunity, which can be satisfied through the Internship course (CRIM 399) or through an independent study or study abroad. Students consistently reflect positively about their internship experiences through the Criminology program at LC!
Speak to your Criminology major advisor to discuss your interest in a Criminology internship. Consult your course catalog to learn more about the prerequisite/registration requirements. If you have questions, you can also contact the Chair of the Department of Criminology: Dr. Kim McCabe at .
Below is a listing of Criminology students’ internship sites from recent years grouped into interest categories.
Law Enforcement and Public Service
Corrections and Juvenile Justice Settings
Courts and Legal Settings
Law Office of Reginald R. Yancey
Rally & Rally