Academic Information

Students in front of the Capitol Building.

Experience Washington D.C. as you expand your knowledge of American politics and government.

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The D.C. Semester has been created for the purpose of working in a public service internship. This involves taking two courses from Cedarville faculty as well as interacting with and studying politicians, being involved with interest groups, and participating in think tanks.

Credits (16 total)

  • 10 credits of internship
  • 6 credits of coursework

Internships

Students will work with Career Services for their internship placement. Possibilities include:

  • Historical
  • Communications
  • Governmental
  • Ministerial
  • Business
  • Health-related