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Department of Justice Studies - Internship

 


 


 

There are a number of internship opportunities for academic credit available to Justice Studies students. While the Justice Studies Major does not require a student to complete an internship or undertake a service learning experience, we do feel that they provide a student with a valuable educational experience that allows them to bring together academic and practical knowledge of a problem, issue, or organization.

If you wish to do an internship for credit, you must file an internship application with the department internship coordinator and register for the appropriate class before you do the internship. If you have any questions, please call the office at 540-568-7124 or email us at justicestudies@jmu.edu

2. Basic requirements:
-240 Hours of work
-Completion of a daily log of activities
-A 3 page reflective career essay on how the internship has influenced your work thoughts about a career and/ or graduate work.
-A 10-12 page research paper on a topic related to your internship.