Who? Internships are required for: Criminology & Criminal Justice majors Sociology majors concentrating in Social Services Internships are optional for other sociology majors. What? You'll take an internship class (CCJ 4920 or SOC 4930) and --during the same semester -- complete at least 120 hours of fieldwork at an organization that you secure with the help of the internship coordinator, Helena Lewis. The internship class will help you make connections between the coursework in your major and the work you do at the internship site. When? Senior year (90+ credits). Helena Lewis, our Internship Coordinator, will email students within the first three weeks of the semester in which they become eligible. Students must secure their internship placements early in the semester prior to the semester in which they plan to complete the hours (e.g. early Fall for a Spring internship). Before registering for an internship, you must have: Earned at least 90 credits overall and 21 credits within your major Received a C- or better in SOC 3020 Data Analysis Where? CCJ placements include (but aren't limited to) police departments and courts at the municipal, county and state level. Social service placements tend to be at social service agencies at the city, county or state level and private non-profit organizations. Work with the coordinator, Helena Lewis, to find an organization that works for you. How? For more information: Read the Internship FAQs. Speak with the internship coordinator Helena Lewis. Her office hours are Tuesdays 10:30 - 11:30 and evenings by appointment. Email Ms. Lewis for more information.