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Sociology and Criminology Internships

Student Cyle Goldrick at graduation

Take your class experience into the real world

Sociology, Sociology-Criminology, and Sociology Pre-Law majors can engage in applied sociology to take what you learn in the classroom and use it in the real world. This helps you to see and understand the myriad connections between individuals and the social institutions.

Internships also help you gain valuable work experience, develop professional contacts, and use your skills to contribute to the local community. An internship offers the opportunity to learn and grow personally, academically and professionally.

Guarantee+: Keep on Plan with a Professional Milestone

The internship program in sociology and criminology is open to all junior and senior Sociology, Sociology-Criminology, and Sociology Pre-Law majors. Students interested in earning credit can apply for SOC 4910 Internship Experience. Check with your success coach about achieving a professional milestone.

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Timing

Fall, spring or summer semesters

Academic Credit

Earn 3-9 OHIO Credits

Testimonial

Interning at Public Defender’s Office

“I’ve always been intrigued by the criminal justice side of sociology, and I want to be an attorney, so it was a great experience to see that type of law first-hand!”

-- Kacey Dickey ’19

Student Kacey Dickey