JS 181 - Internship: Justice Studies
The internship is designed to provide broad exposure to the requirements and operations of a variety of agencies and organizations that range from a criminal justice to social justice focus, including courts, law enforcement agencies, law offices, nonprofit organizations and community-based programs.
Course is repeatable for up to 6 units.
Prerequisite(s): Upper division standing; Justice Studies or Forensic Science major; JS 100W with a “C” or better; 2.0 GPA; Department Consent, No Open University.
Grading: Credit/No Credit
Note(s): Students can take up to 3 additional units as JS electives.
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