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FACS 4369. Internship. 3 Hours.

Course consists of a supervised off-campus work experience in an approved cooperative business or agency to better understand the challenges and potential of various careers in family and consumer sciences professions and services. Student obtains own position in keeping with the major program area. A minimum of three hundred (300) supervised clock hours is required for appropriate credit, and student must be enrolled in FACS 4369 at the time the work is being completed. Taken on acceptance of the application.
Prerequisite: Departmental Approval Required and 100 completed semester hours.

Department of Family & Consumer Sciences

The mission of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is to prepare future professionals with the knowledge and skills to positively impact individuals, families, and communities.