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Written application must be submitted to the Honors Director prior to the beginning of the semester in which the internship will take place. Course consists of field placement in public or private non-profit agencies that combines professional work experience or service activities, typically unpaid, with academic analysis. Requires a minimum of 120 hours per semester on-site at the internship agency. Work expectations for each intern are contracted with instructor and placement supervisor. Regular meetings with instructor, weekly submission of work logs, and substantial (7 to 10-page) final paper required. May be repeated for credit once.