CRJ 195: Criminal Justice Internship
To qualify for the course, a student must be a declared CRJ major, have senior status (90 units completed at the beginning of the semester of internship) and have completed the upper division core requirements, with the exception of CRJ 190. No more than one core class may be taken concurrently with the internship.
Application and Enrollment:
Because of the length of time involved in background checks and other preliminaries, the process for the Internship program begins in the prior semester.
Applications for Spring 2014 are completed. Thank you for your interest.
Alternatives for students:
Like any other course the Division offers, CRJ 195 has a limited number of seats available and will not be able to accommodate every interested student.
Many agencies have an office dedicated to outreach, which can be extremely helpful to the student engaged in career exploration in the criminal justice field. Some even offer opportunities to ride-along or job shadow. Students who have not yet satisfied the prerequisites for the course, or were unsuccessful in obtaining a seat in CRJ 195, are encouraged to pursue this avenue of exploration.