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We in the Department of Political Science and International Relations strongly
encourage our majors to serve in an internship during the course of their
studies at the University of Delaware. Internships enable students to earn
academic credit while augmenting their course work, gaining valuable work
experience, making important contacts in a field of interest, exploring
potential career paths, and acquiring professional work habits and skills.
Students may earn from one to six academic credits for an internship. Students
may undertake an internship during fall or spring semester or during winter
or summer sessions. In order to gain academic credit for their internships,
students must register for POSC 464. Students must be registered before
the start of the semester or session during which they will be interning.
Retroactive registrations are not permitted. If you are interested, please
see Director of Internships Ben Bagozzi, 405 Smith Hall, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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