CJFS3650-GH.Forensic Science Internship.F16.Hardin,Glenn
Forensic Science Internship
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Goals: To enable students to pursue internships and explore the connections between forensic science knowledge and experience in forensic science or related agencies; and to integrate internship experiences with their academic coursework. Content: Designing and completing an independent research project at a crime lab or medical examiner office; maintaining a reflective journal and discussing the internship experience; preparing a paper and delivering a presentation about the research findings. Prerequisite: CJFS 3400 Credits: 4 Note 1: Forensic science students majoring in criminal justice may take CJFS 5660 to complete this requirement. Note 2: Students should contact the instructor well in advance of the beginning of the semester to discuss their internship placement site to assure prompt commencement of the internship. Note 3: Students interested in pursuing a laboratory internship must have, at the time of registration, no less than a 2.7 GPA in the natural science courses and a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.0.
Hardin, Glenn, "CJFS3650-GH.Forensic Science Internship.F16.Hardin,Glenn" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 11359.