Student must meet all of the following criteria:
1. Students must be a Criminal Justice major
2. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students must have
completed all lower division required Criminal Justice courses.
3. This is a one or two semester internship program depending on
agency eligibility (3 hours of credit each semester) - students must
need two upper division electives to be eligible.
4. The prospective intern must submit an internship packet including
contact information as well as liability waiver. Once said
documentation has been submitted and approved, the registration hold
will be released by the Criminal Justice Department.
5. Placement of the intern is the responsibility of the intern. Students
must reach out the agencies at which they wish to intern and set up a
placement. Spots at agencies are limited and are offered on a first
serve basis within the needs of the agency.
6. Students will be required to meet with the Internship Coordinator
prior to their placement. During this interview, the student will be able
to investigate the nature of the internship and ask questions relative to
the work experience of the internship. The Internship Coordinator will
assess your level of commitment and interest.
7. The agencies will make the final determination of which students
will be accepted for an internship.