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Geisel Library, Lower Level
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All courses, faculty listings, and curricular and degree requirements described herein are subject to change or deletion without notice.
The Academic Internship Program (AIP) offers qualified undergraduate students an opportunity to earn credit for valuable work experience related to academic and career interests. Although most internships are in the San Diego area, AIP is national in scope, including the popular Washington, DC, program. The AIP database contains an impressive number of internships in diverse settings, including, but not limited to, television and radio stations; law offices; medical research labs and clinics; government agencies; high-tech, biotech, and engineering companies; advertising and public relations firms; and financial institutions. Students can also work with the internship office to develop their own internships.
The program operates all four quarters. Students may enroll for a maximum of three quarters (not to exceed sixteen units of internship credit). The number of units earned corresponds to the number of hours worked, level of internship responsibilities, and length of the research paper/project. The academic component of the program, which is directed by a faculty adviser, consists of a research paper/project and relevant readings. All students earn grades of P/NP and receive transcript notations.
AIP serves students from all six colleges and all undergraduate majors. Students interested in AIP must apply one quarter before they intend to enroll in the program.