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3191 Internship Courses 

When internships are a required component of an academic program, students must be enrolled in academic credit for the duration of the internship. The FAES/ENR 3191 course requires minimal time commitment so that students can focus on the work of the internship. FAES/ENR 3191 are taught online in each term; students will not need to physically show up to class and will access all course materials through Carmen. FAES/ENR 3191 does not grant academic credit for internship; students must also enroll in the departmental internship course.

  • FAES 3191: Conducting your Internship in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Science
  • ENR 3191: Conducting Your Internship in the School of Environment and Natural Resources

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