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SBLY 180 - Sustainability Internship

Semester Hours: 1-6
Fall, January, Spring, Summer
The purpose of this course is to allow students to apply their course work to real-world situations. Students will earn credit for sustainability work experience with public agencies, non-profit organizations, or private businesses.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
SBLY 001  and 18 hours of course work in fulfillment of requirements for the BA  or BS  in Sustainability Studies. May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis. This internship requires a minimum of 28 hours of on-site work per semester hour of credit accompanied by a minimum of 10 hours of academic work—for example, reading, research, and papers, and/or a term paper or final project, to be determined by the faculty adviser in conjunction with the student. Students must present an internship possibility to the director of Sustainability Studies for discussion and approval. A preliminary interview will take place between student and director to discuss the nature of the academic work associated with the on-site work of the internship. Final grades will be based on both academic and on-site performance. An on-site evaluation of “poor” will result in a final grade no higher than a “C.” 1-6 s.h. may be applied toward the BA  or BS  major in Sustainability Studies. 1-3 s.h. may be applied toward the minor in Sustainability Studies .


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