2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Apr 05, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ADJ305: Internship in Administration of Justice I

3 Credit(s)
This is a field experience placement involving orientation and practical training in a professional workplace. The student is exposed to, and involved in, the functions of a specific agency, department or office. The learning experience will vary with the particular placement area, i.e. law enforcement, courts, corrections, probation or others. Students who are pursuing the Concentration in Juvenile Justice will be placed within an agency or organization that works to stem the problem of juvenile delinquency. Students participating in an internship class receive academic credit for the professional experience and satisfactory completion of academic requirements associated with the internship. A minimum of eight hours per week totaling 120 hours per semester is required at the internship placement. Additional academic requirements are: weekly journals, a course paper, and maintenance of ongoing and continuous communication with the instructor throughout the semester of not less than 10 hours via e-mail, meetings, phone conversations, and class sessions. (Offered in the fall semester and summer session.)
Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior Administration of Justice major or permission of the instructor.