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About our internship class requirement

As part of our program, every Journalism & Mass Communication major has to complete an internship before receiving their degree.  We believe internships are a crucial step – even more nowadays – in a Journalism & Mass Communication student’s education, and have proven to facilitate a student’s entry in the job market.

The internship is closely monitored by the department, through the Internship class (JOUR 498) for which students signed up and its professor, to ensure that students are getting a fulfilling, enriching and professional experience during their internship.

Please find below the latest information on our internship class as of Fall 2014.  The files below are available as either a Word file (.doc or .docx) or in PDF:

For further information on our internship requirement or our internship class, please contact the professor in charge of the class for the semester when you’ll be taking the class.  Professor Heloiza Herscovitz is in charge of the Internship class for Fall 2014.

Last edited: 01/24/14