ITC 290 - Information Technology Internship3
Course Description: The Information Technology (IT) Internship is designed to facilitate transition from the academic environment to the workplace. Qualified IT students complete a workplace skills seminar and then spend at least 135 hours over a 10-13 week period in a supervised IT work setting performing tasks related to their course of study. Students also participate in online work that focuses on workplace issues based on students’ experiences at the field sites. Students are qualified by program completion status (at least 45 credits) and IT Department recommendation. Internship availability may be limited by economic conditions; students are encouraged to contact faculty and begin the work of obtaining an approved field site before the semester begins.
Prerequisite(s): Minimum of 45 college-level credits; and departmental recommendation
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