Undergraduate Internship in Chinese


Students receive credit for a faculty-directed and approved internship. Registration requires the completion of the Learning Agreement, which the student obtains from the Career Center and which must be filled out and signed by the Career Center and the faculty sponsor prior to beginning internship work. Credit should correspond to actual time spent in work activities (e.g., eight to ten hours a week for thirteen or fourteen weeks to receive 3 units of credit; 1 or 2 credits for fewer hours). Candidates must have taken at least one China related course (language or content) or concurrent enrollment. Advisor interview required if first time student is enrolling in an internship within the Chinese language section; limited to two units per semester. Credit/no credit only. Prerequisite: permission of department or DUS.
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