The Academic Internship is an unpaid, credit internship with minimum of 60 hours. The internship will require students to make connections with academic study while undertaking supervised duties in organizations, businesses or community groups with interests related to Comparative Literature and Culture.
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department and ICC 2200F/G. Registration in the third or fourth year of a module in Comparative Literature and Culture, with a minimum cumulative modular average of 75%. Approval of, and acceptance into, an internship placement.
Pre or Corequisite(s): Students must have completed or are completing the required courses and at least 50% of the module.
Extra Information: Pass, or Fail. Students accepted for an internship will arrange individual programs with supervising faculty. The student is required to a) maintain a suitable level of performance in the position as verified by the employer through evaluations and b) submit a midterm as well as a final report, demonstrating how the experience gained through the internship relates to his/her coursework and program of study.