Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice

SOC 485 - Internship in Sociology

Instructor: John R. BowmanSemester: Spring 1998
Class Location: B.A. Building 211-BTime: Wednesday 8:00-8:50

Supervised and evaluated participation in the regular activities of an organizational setting for two days a week. In consultation with the instructor, the student is expected to prepare an analysis of the organization's social structure and interactional dynamics. Course meets in the seminar setting one hour per week. SOC 485 requires that the student receive at least 200 clock hours of supervised experience.

Course Materials
Embarking on a Career With an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology (American Sociological Association)

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