Communication and Culture | Internship in Communication in Culture
C382 | 14605 | Robert Terrill


Obtain authorization to register from a CMCL Undergraduate Advisor
(see below!)
C 382 may be taken for 1-3 credit hours

Open to CMCL majors and minors only
Prerequisite: at least junior standing

Instructor: Robert Terrill
Office: Mottier Hall 204
Phone: 855-0118

To help students to connect their coursework with the professional
world, the department has developed C 382: Internship in
Communication and Culture. Through internships, students make
practical applications of their skills, learn new skills, and start
to build professional networks in the field of their choice. CMCL
majors have held a multitude of internships at a wide variety of
both national and local organizations.  Though students are
responsible for finding and securing their own internship, they are
encouraged to utilize resources at the Career Development Center and
the Department of Communication and Culture.

The internship application is available online at  Complete and return
the application to Amy Cornell (Mottier Hall 101).  If approved, you
will then be authorized to register for C 382: Internship in
Communication and Culture. At the completion of the internship,
students will receive an on-site evaluation from their supervisor
and be expected to turn in a critical analysis paper per arrangement
with the internship supervisor. The Director of Undergraduate
Studies will assign a final grade of pass/fail.