Analysis of Field Experience: 291-0
Course Type: Summer only, .25 or 1 unit of credit
This course is available to students who will not be in Evanston during the summer but who require academic credit for their internship. This is also an option for international students requiring CPT work authorization for the summer months.
Unlike other classes, CFS does not provide internship placement assistance for AFE. Students who participate in this class are required to secure their own internships prior to applying for program.
Tuition is dependent on which credit option students choose:
- The .25 credit option is available for students who require academic credit for their internship but do not need the credit or wish to take this course pass/fail. Students who would select this option would pay one quarter of the cost of the Summer Session cost of a unit of credit.
- The 1 credit option is available for students who require academic credit for their internship or wish to receive a grade and credit for the course. Students selecting this option would pay the Summer Session cost for one unit of credit.
The course provides an opportunity for students to critically reflect on their internships through readings and discussions posted on Canvas and a few reflective papers. There is one meeting scheduled prior to the end of spring quarter that all students attend before leaving for their summer internships.
Instructor: Karen Allen
Types of Internships that relate to the Analysis of Field Studies course:
Internships can be in ANY field. Students are responsible for securing their internship. Please see our Sample Internships page for more information.Back to top