CHST 4100 Internship in Applied Children's Studies
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CHDST 95.
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7 hours fieldwork, 1 hour conference; 3 credits
Off-campus internships to explore careers in professional settings that focus on children, youth, and families. Placements include such institutional areas as the media, advertising, governmental and non-governmental organizations, medicine, law, and corporations whose activities have a bearing on the lives of children and youth. Final report required.
Prerequisite: Children and Youth Studies 2100  or 3110  or 3610  with a grade of C or better or permission of the program director.