Students can receive credit equivalent to up to four courses while participating in an internship, meaning you can work towards completing your degree and get hands-on experience at the same time! Each internship credit is defined as being the equivalent of a 40-hour workweek. Therefore, for every internship credit scheduled, you must work 40 hours (i.e., 3 credits = 120 hours; 6 credits = 240 hours; 9 credits = 360 hours; and 12 credits = 480 hours). Students may complete an internship during the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters. In order to qualify for an internship, undergraduate students must have earned 60 credits and have a 2.0 QPA. Graduate students must have earned 9 credits and have a 3.0 QPA. (Graduate students are limited to a maximum of 6 internship credits). If you have any questions about internships, please direct them to the Department Chair.