CDV 480 Research Internship in Community Development
This course gives students the opportunity to apply the theory, techniques, and research methods of their coursework by working in the context of less developed regions in either the U.S. or an international context. Department faculty work with students to design and implement research projects related to the students’ and host organizations’ interests. Students typically conduct their internship by working under the auspices of a Christian organization ministering in a less developed community. The internship takes place after the students’ junior year, during the summer and/or the first semester of the senior year. Internships may be taken for 3-12 credits, but only three credits may be used towards meeting the requirements for the major, any additional credits serving as electives towards graduation. Students take a series of Priesthill Center assessments as part of this course and missed appointments will result in billing for the cost of the appointment. Prerequisite(s): CDV 210 , CDV 300 , CDV 310 , CDV 461 and CDV 462 . 3 hour(s).
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