HS 494 - Internship
This is an elective course in programs that students take in their final semester. The career internship course is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in homeland security and its related fields. The outcome of the internship is an informed student fully apprised of the opportunities his/her degree program offers for professional growth. During the internship phase of training, the student will experience various aspects of working in the actual field in which the student has been educated. The internship is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to experience and participate in duties typical of a contemporary workplace setting. Student learning will center on observing experienced personnel as well as participating in actual hands-on procedures under close supervision of trained professionals. Note: Online students in some states may not be allowed to take this internship due to state restrictions. Enrollment in a student readiness training is required prior to the internship course. Successful completion of training is required prior to internship course enrollment.
Semester Credit Hours 4.00 semester credit hours Contact Hours: 180.00 Prerequisites: Final semester. Corequisite: None.