Internship in User-Centered Design
The Internship course provides students with an opportunity to learn and gain hands-on experience related to their individual career goals and/or field of study. There are many benefits in pursuing an internship, including valuable workplace experience, learning from professionals, meeting new contacts, and testing your "fit" in a field.
Students are limited to completing one internship for graduate credit as part of their Master’s degree. Internships must be secured by the student and approved by the chair at least 45-60 days prior to the start of the session. The internship must include a supervisor to whom you report for your work at the company or organization.
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