ENGL 450 - Internship in Newspaper
Directed experience working on newspapers, performing professional duties and responsibilities. Specific requirements will vary but include, as a minimum, keeping a detailed journal and writing a 15-page paper analyzing the organization and what the student learned. Credit and evaluation are based on site supervisor feedback, documentation of student work and achievement of written goals. Students apply for internships using a departmental internship application form.
Hours: Students work directly with a supervisor at the location of the internship and work a minimum of 50 hours over the course of the semester per credit earned.
Strongly recommended: substantial communications coursework, a competitive portfolio, 80 hours of work toward graduation, and completed internship arrangements.
There is a course specific fee for this course.