Internships provide students with a supervised work experience in a setting in which Criminology is applied. Students in this major are encouraged to take 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. Note that such a course would be taken in addition to the 33 hrs. required for the major.
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 .