Course Information

History Internship

Course ID: HIST 398
School:Arts and Sciences, College of
Program: History
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Students can find more information about internships through the Department of History: www.luc.edu/history. Internships allow students to earn three course credits while gaining valuable professional experience in public and private institutions engaged in history-related projects. Internship possibilities include historical associations and societies; oral history projects; museums and halls of fame; entrepreneurial history firms; genealogical services; preservation agencies; and archives and libraries. Interns work for a minimum of five hours per week in an internship position jointly agreed upon by the student and the internship director. Interns are also required to attend seminar meetings, keep a weekly journal, and write a paper related to the internship experience. This course fulfills the Civic Engagement and Leadership Values requirement of the core curriculum.

Course Offering

Session Day Time Instructor Location
A, B TBA TBA Mooney-Melvin LSC

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