Internship Opportunities 

Internships are designed to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to earn academic credit while acquiring the skills and experiences that will assist them in accomplishing their educational and career goals.

Steps and Procedures:

  1. Identify an internship opportunity that aligns with your academic program; some may have application deadlines, others may not
  2. Identify a faculty mentor who will supervise your experience and be the instructor of record for the course, TCL 484
  3. Meet with the internship coordinator to review the internship packet and necessary forms a semester before the anticipated internship

Internship Coordinator:

Patricia Corona,

Interdisciplinary Building B, suite B165


  • Students must have a major GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Students may apply up to 6 credit hours of coursework towards their degree program, by enrolling in TCL 484