UAM CJ 489V*
Criminal Justice Internship
Current Term: Fall 2014Internships provide a supervised learning experience within a criminal justice agency. Becasue of the diversity of people and agencies in the criminal justice system, it is impossible for the faculty to arrange an internship that fits your particular career goals. Accordingly, you must set up your own internship. Once you have agreed to intern with an agency, you must work with them for at least 150 hours. See the course syllabus for details as to how you will be graded.
Where do I find.....My degree requirements? Download a handy Checklist [PDF].
Dr. McKee's Email Address? firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. McKee's phone number? Use e-mail.
Dr. McKee's office? Memorial Classroom Building, Second Floor, Room 210.
Blackboard and Blackboard help? Visit UAM's Academic Computing Website.
Research Materials? Try the UAM Library.
the mythical "Catalog" of which people speak? The UAM Catalog is here.
the list of classes being offered next semester? Look here.
that "WeevilNet" thingy? Go here.
UAM Criminal Justice on Facebook? https://www.facebook.com/UAMCriminalJustice
the website for the national criminal justice honor society? It is called Alpha Phi Sigma.
If you are wondering why all of the text is scrunched up in the middle, it is so that these webpages will be printable. The rather large column to the right will be cut off some or completely, depending on your settings.
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