CIS 283 Computer Information Systems Internship (3 credits)
This course is designed to provide work experience directly related to the student's area of study in Computer Information Systems. Internships are available throughout the local community. A learning contract containing specific educational objectives that relate both to the work experience and the field of study will be developed between the student and the Faculty Internship Coordinator. Course requirements include a minimum of 180 work-hours for 3 credits. Each student must maintain a Work/Research Journal to record hours worked and duties performed. A summary reflection presentation/paper/project will be prepared and delivered by the student at the completion of the Internship. The student's performance will be evaluated by the Faculty Internship Coordinator based on accomplishment of the objectives in the learning contract and satisfactory evaluations by the employer/site supervisor. No experiential credit will be given for previous work or research experience. Prerequisites: minimum GPA of 3.0, sophomore standing, and approval of the Faculty Internship Coordinator.