Academic Credit and Grading
Academic credit is earned through either the Psychology Department or Sociology Department and is regular College credit.
PSYC 4910, 4920 and SOC 4810, and 4820 are 4-credit courses.
- 70% of your grade is based upon performance in your academic seminar (as evaluated by your instructor)
- 30% of your grade is based upon performance in the internship (as evaluated by your internship site supervisor)
All students participating in the University Internship Programs receive Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory credit (PSYCH or SOC) during the academic year. Credit will be awarded only if a grade of B- or better is maintained.
- The credit does NOT satisfy the 3000- and 4000-level seminar requirements for the Sociology major or minor.
- Up to 9 hours of internship credit (PSYC 4910 or PSYC 4920) may be counted toward the student's major or minor in Psychology; internship credit does NOT satisfy 4000-level seminar requirements.