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EMTC-4930

Students are placed with media companies to gain experience in actual career situations. The work must be done under the supervision of an employee of the company approved by the faculty mentor. Students interested in an internship should discuss this option with their advisors at least one semester prior to the internship. Internship agreements must be signed by the student, job supervisor, and faculty mentor prior to registration for the experience. Internships depend upon availability and approval by the Electronic Media faculty. Capstone course. Prerequisites: GPA of 3.0 in major classes; senior status; and approval by the Electronic Media faculty.

Credits:
3.0/12.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Media and Applied Communication [MC]
Subject:
Electronic Media Technology [EMTC]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2015SP, 2014FA, 2014SU, 2014SP, 2013FA, 2013S4, 2013SP, 2012FA, 2012S4, 2012SP, 2011FA, 2011S4, 2011SP, 2010FA, 2010S4, 2010SP, 2009FA, 2009S4, 2009SP, 2008FA, 2008S4, 2008SP, 2007S4, 2007SP, 2006FA, 2006S4, 2005FA, 2005S4, 2005SP, 2004FA, 2004S5, 2004SP, 2003FA, 2003S5, 2003SP, 2002FA, 2002S3
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2014SU01Mr. Jim LeightenheimerINT
Dates: 05/05/14-08/15/14
03
2014SU02Mr. Jeff SimonINT
Dates: 05/05/14-08/15/14
01
2014SP01Mr. Jim LeightenheimerINT
Dates: 01/07/14-05/02/14
02
2014SP02TRV
Dates: 01/07/14-05/02/14
02
2014SP03Mr. Jeff SimonINT
Dates: 01/07/14-05/02/14
02
2014SP04Mr. Jim KragelINT
Dates: 01/07/14-05/02/14
02