Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Health Law Campus Courses

599: Externship - Intensive Field Placement

Credit Hours

2-3

Description

599 – Externship – Intensive Field Placement Chicago (2-3)

Experiential Learning

Skills

Full-time students who have completed all required first year courses and part-time students who have completed a minimum of 28 credit hours may apply for an externship at an approved field placement. Certain field placements may limit eligibility to students who have completed certain course work or who have obtained their Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 license. Students enrolled in an externship may receive 2 or 3 hours of non-graded credit for supervised work performed at an approved field placement coupled with their attendance and participation in the classroom component of the course. The classroom component has been designed to complement the externship experience with a focus on professionalism, ethics, and practice based skill building.  There is no final examination in this course. This course is offered each semester. (Gough, Kieffer)

 

599 – Externship – Intensive Field Placement Washington, DC (2-3)

Experiential Learning

Skills

Full-time students who have completed all required first year courses and part-time students who have completed a minimum of 28 credit hours may apply for an externship at an approved field placement. Certain field placements may limit eligibility to students who have completed certain course work or who have obtained their Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 license. Students enrolled in an externship may receive 2 or 3 hours of non-graded credit for supervised work performed at an approved field placement coupled with their attendance and participation in the classroom component of the course. The classroom component has been designed to complement the externship experience with a focus on professionalism, ethics, and practice based skill building.  There is no final examination in this course. This course is offered only during the summer semester. (Gough, Poll-Klaessy)