ART 3601 - Fine Arts Internship Part I
This intermediate course aligns with professional practice in the field of study and incorporates industry standards and experience by enabling students to work with established art and design professionals specifically related to their academic and career interests. Under the direction of the department Chair, department Internship Coordinator, and the Office of Career + Alumni Services, students are carefully evaluated to facilitate the best possible student/sponsor connection, and a planned program of activities is then coordinated with the professional internship sponsor. Upon successful completion of the internship program, students will have real-world work experience, preparing them for a career in art and design. Students have to log 135 or more contact hours through their internship host in order to receive a total of 3 credits.
Prerequisites: Approval of FA Department Chair, FA Department Head, or FA Internship Coordinator.
Notes: This course is Pass/Fail.
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Develop a learning experience that provides application of coursework concepts in a real world context.
- Practice applying relevant skills in your chosen field
- Discuss your internship experience with an instructor.
ART 3601 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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