This course involves independent scholarly research grounded in a student's internship or other supervised practice. Students enrolled in this course produce term research project(s), maintain a research journal, and meet with their supervising instructor and other enrolled students in order to receive constructive feedback.
SOCI 416 001 enrollment is controlled. Contact the department for approval to register.
Intended to provide students with hands-on experience in sociology and to deepen sociological knowledge. The internship experience links theory and practice. Students work in approved setting as applied sociologists. Notes: Minimum 45 hours of work for each credit required. A research paper or project is required for this course. May be repeated within the term for a maximum 6 credits.
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