Internships are offered by several academic departments and involve practical, hands-on experience at jobs generally outside the College community. Academic departments and programs that offer internship courses for credit include A.B. engineering, art, economics, English, film and media studies, government and law, history, music, psychology, and theater, and women’s and gender studies. Only one internship scheduled through an academic department may count towards the minimum number of courses required for graduation.
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