Placements are typically in non-academic settings, e.g., government agencies, community organizations, businesses, or labor organizations. Students are expected to work a minimum of 300 hours and write an internship report.
Outcome: Students will develop skills in applying sociological methods and theoretical perspectives to the understanding and ameliorating of social issues in real world settings.
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