Students work ten to sixteen weeks in an approved research facility under the supervision of an on-site mentor on a full-time or part-time basis. Students will gain experience in applied research in a real-world setting and will help produce or improve a product or process. Credit hours awarded are dependent upon number of hours worked. This course may be repeated at the same site or a different approved internship site with permission of the Internship Coordinator.
As part of the coursework, you may have the potential of being, to some degree, exposed to hazardous material. If you are pregnant, wear contact lenses or have other specific health concerns, you should consult your personal physician for advisement concerning your enrollment in the course.
CHEM 1115 or by evaluation. § Criteria for evaluation is in division office.
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