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2023-2024 Official General Catalog 
2023-2024 Official General Catalog [Archived Catalog]

COM 250 - Communication Internship I

Placement in a communications related job.  Involves in addition to job requirements, directed reading, meetings with the intern supervisor, and written assignments.  Most Internships are not paid positions.

Credits: 3
3 Class Hours
By advisement only

Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:


Students will learn through their job-related tasks and assignments as allocated by their internship site supervisor and faculty advisor.  Students are also responsible to meet with the Program Chairperson to assess their progress, and are required to keep a log of their hours worked, and a self-reflective journal chronicling their tasks and duties as an intern at their respective business establishment. The Internship is designed to simulate in as realistic a fashion as possible the experience of both finding employment in the Communications field, and working on a professional level within the Communications Industry. Students will gain hands-on, real life experience, in the workplace, complimenting their academic studies in the classroom. The Internship is also a measure of maturity, professionalism, responsibility, and dedication, all important attributes to a successful professional career.