|01:202:407||Internship in Criminal Justice|
|Description:||The internships are 120 hands-on hours in a local criminal/administration of justice agency. Involves an intensive learning experience under professional agency supervision, as well as periodic symposiums and study sessions, research, term papers, and oral presentations.|
**This section of internship is By Arrangment and is offered only to 2nd semester internship students.
|Course Synopsis:||Professor WINSTEAD: Internship programs have become an integral part of the experiential learning process for students seeking careers in public service or the private sector. Such programs bridge the academic and practitioner arenas and provide a rich understanding for students by affording them “hands on” experience at various federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies or in private sectors. Through interactions with practitioners, students develop marketable skills, begin to establish valuable networks, and oftentimes their internship is a pathway for future employment with their sponsoring agency. Through observation and participation, students are better informed to decide on career choices. Similarly, students can recognize the value of classroom learned theoretical concepts are they are applied in the professional environment.|
|Current Syllabus:||Spring 2018 WINSTEAD|
Fall 2017 WINSTEAD