Internship Program – Department of Philosophy and Religion; College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Undergraduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Philosophy

  • Academic Requirements: There is no prerequisite to enroll in PHIL 4950. Practical experience through employment or a volunteer position related to the study of philosophy and/or religion. This might include, but is not limited to, working with a law office, a church, an educational institution, or a branch of government. Directed by a faculty member of the department and a coordinating supervisor from the internship venue. May be repeated once for credit. If you have questions about internship credit, contact the Department of Philosophy.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Graduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Philosophy

  • Academic Requirements: If you have questions about graduate internship credit, contact the Department of Philosophy.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.
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