The summer internship or research project is an important opportunity for students to apply knowledge and skills gained during their first year of study, to gain professional experience, build networks and to investigate potential career paths first-hand. Consists of a research project or internship experience between 10 and 12 weeks, typically between the summer of first and second year of the program. Students have latitude in designing a summer practicum closely aligned with individual academic and career goals. Students are responsible for securing their own internship or developing a relevant research project with appropriate faculty supervision, applying for and securing their own summer funding, and filing appropriate paperwork with the Career Development Office before and after the internship or research experience in order to receive course credit. Required for all master's candidates. 0 Credits.
Registration and Completion
Students are required to complete a two-step process to register for and report on completion of the summer internship or research project, FES006.