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SOCI 4950

Internship Experience
Credit Hours:

Application of sociological theory and research to public and private sector enterprises. Emphasis on observation and analysis of sociological issues that serve as the foundation for an original research paper. Students are responsible for identifying the internship setting and having it approved by the Sociology Undergraduate Coordinator.

This course will require regular meetings with a faculty member to plan out the experience, monitor and facilitate progress, and then frame an original research paper inspired by the internship experience.

Every Year - Fall Spring Summer.

SOCI 1101
or SOCI 1101H
or SOCI 2600
or permission of department.