Sociology & Anthropology - Internships
As a senior major in sociology and anthropology, you may enter a field work placement program. You will spend 10 hours a week as an intern working directly with professionals and gaining practical experience. Often this work leads to postgraduate employment and it can also be an important qualification in applications to graduate school.
The range of settings in which you can work includes:
- Law offices
- Probation departments
- Market research firms
- Psychiatric hospitals
- Public schools
- Public relations offices
- Personnel departments
- A variety of social service agencies
If an internship is taken (for 3 or 6 credits), the internship is in addition to the basic requirements of the major or minor.
For more information about internships please e-mail David Crawford, Chair.