Internship Information for Students: Course Listing and Eligibility

This is an opportunity to earn credit for jobs, paid/unpaid internships or volunteer service in the community. Advantages include the opportunity to explore or clarify career choices, acquire career–related experience, improve or learn new skills applicable to future employment, and earn college credit. These are variable credit courses, based on the number of hours worked per week.

Registration is continuous throughout the quarter. Students are ultimately responsible for securing positions but are welcome to use the resources of the office. Permission required for entry into these courses. In–person registration only—no online registration.

Course List

  • Apparel Design *APPRL 197
  • Allied Health AHE 197
  • Business BUS 197
  • Business Technology Management *BTM 197
  • Computer Information Systems CIS 197
  • Technical Theatre for Social Justice *DRMA 197
  • General CWE 197, 198, 199
  • Graphic Design *DES 197
  • Education EDUC 197, 198, 199
  • Leadership Practice / Application HDC 197
  • Humanities HUM 197
  • International Internship ITL 197, 198
  • Science SCI 197
  • Social Science SSC 197
  • Sustainable Agriculture ENVS 197
  • Visual Media *VME 197

*Restricted to students enrolled in these programs

Community Service / Volunteer Courses

Community Service / Volunteer CMS 197, 198, 199


  • Currently enrolled, full–time matriculated student
  • Minimum of 24 residence credits (Exception: Students in professional–technical programs with a mandatory internship requirement)
  • Offer / commitment from a company or organization