Internships for course credit at UTEP must be arranged in the specific departments. They will count for your LAHP honors minor, with approval by the LAHP director and/or the LAHP faculty liaison committee.
The list below is not exhaustive; if you take an internship course at UTEP for which you want LAHP honors credit, request it from the LAHP director.
ART 3309: Exhibition Practices II
This course is an internship-style learning experience at the Stan Lee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts or another museum that builds upon the expertise and skills developed in Art 3308/Exhibition Practices I. For nine hours each week the student will experience firsthand the working environment of a museum under the supervision of a qualified professional. Tasks may range from researching specific objects or ideas, to greeting visitors, to writing educational exhibitions labels, to interviewing artists and scholars, to installing exhibitions. Completion of this course and ART 3306 and ART 3308 will fulfill requirements necessary for the award of a certificate of completion in Exhibitions Practices. This course can be used to fulfill the College of Liberal Arts general education requirement for Fine and Performing Arts. Prerequisite: ART 3308 with a grade of "C" or better. Course fee required.
ART 4356: Internship
Upon the recommendation of the instructor, the student may be placed in a design firm, art studio, television station, or an advertising agency. This opportunity provides the student with actual work experience in a professional setting. Prerequisites:18 hours in Graphic Design, a minimum GPA of 3.0 in Graphic Design and instructor's approval. Laboratory fee required.
COMM 4300: Internship
Students in this program are provided an opportunity to gain practical experience through unremunerated professional participation in the activities of professional firms, agencies, or
departments in their major emphasis area. Prerequisites: GPA 2.5, department approval, junior standing, either COMM 1370 or MC 3102, and either COMM 2371 or MC 3201.
CRIJ 4309: Internship in Criminal Justice I
First part of a program in which the student is assigned two days (or 16-20 hours) each week to a criminal justice agency. A weekly seminar is also required. Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to apply academic training in practical situations. Prerequisite: Consent of the Program Director and Upper division standing.
CRIJ 4310: Internship in Criminal Justice II
Second part of a program in which the student is assigned two days (or 16-20 hours) each week to a criminal justice agency. A weekly seminar is also required. Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to apply academic training in practical situations. Prerequisite: Consent of the Program Director and successful completion of CRIJ 4309.
POLS 3354: Internship
A course offered for students who have, or want to be assigned to a work-related experience that is relevant to Political Science. Prerequisites: POLS 2310 and POLS 2311; and either POLS 2312 or junior standing.
ANTH 4303: Internship
A course in which students do internships relevant to applied cultural anthropology or archeology and cultural heritage management. Weekly reports, meetings with the internship supervisor, and substantial written assignments with academic content are also required or students. The internship gives students opportunities to apply academic training in practical settings, preparing them for careers and advanced study. Prerequisite: Department approval.
THEA 3331: Theatre Internship
Practical experience as a technician and/or performer at an approved summer or year-round theatre. Prerequisite: Departmental approval.
WS 3320: Internship in Women’s Studies
Field-based learning experience to explore the relationship between feminist theory and collective action. Student is assigned two days (or 12-16) hours) each week to an agency or organization in the El Paso/Juarez area that addresses women's or gender or sexuality issues. Includes a weekly seminar and final research project. Requires consent of the course instructor and the program director. Prerequisite: WS 2300 with a grade of "C" or better. WS 2300 may be taken concurrently with WS 3320.