The internship is a learning experience involving work in a community, criminal justice or criminological setting. Interns are expected to gain valuable work experience as well as relevant knowledge which will add to their overall understanding of the field of sociology or criminology. Internship positions must center on learning new material over the course of the semester and interns are expected to participate in ongoing training and development. Students in Criminology of the Double major or Sociology and Criminology must do a placement that connects to the Criminology field. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: At least 6 hours in the sociology field.