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The internship offers learners an excellent opportunity to experience first-hand, the wide variety of duties and responsibilities of criminal justice professionals in the field. Students interested in an internship with an agency will fill out an application and go through an interview process. Selected applicants will be placed with an agency to complete the 72 hours of their internship. There is an additional 18 hours of in class lecture. NOTE: Students completing an off-site internship must complete a Criminal Background Check. Host agencies criteria for acceptance as an intern may impact a student’s ability to participate in this course.
Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice-Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047 or Criminal Justice-Studies program 105045