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Class times and availability for the following classes can be found under "Interdepartmental Study (ID)" on the OneStop site.
The goal is that you'll finish this class feeling the same way this former ID 3201 student felt: "This course gave me valuable information that I could not have received elsewhere. I feel much more confident about starting my career."
—You must be doing an internship during the semester you take this class.
—The internship must be new and not continued from a previous semester.
—This course is only offered during fall and spring semesters. For summer term, directed study may be an option, although students are encouraged to check with their departments as well. To inquire about directed study through our office, contact email@example.com.
Make the most of your internship, and earn credit at the same time! Through this online class, you'll examine and reflect on your internship experience. Among the many things you'll accomplish:
Thinking about law school? This class helps you evaluate the pursuit of law school and a career in law.
In the early part of the class, you'll learn more about your unique interests, values, preferences and skills. After that, you'll explore law school and the careers and specialties within the field of law. Later in the class, you'll begin to assess more specifically which undergraduate activities and experiences might help you get into law school. For example, you'll learn about helpful classes to take to make yourself a good law school candidate, helpful volunteer positions or internships, and much more.
Assignments include informational interviews and off-campus site visits that allow you to examine the reality of attending law school and becoming a lawyer.
Questions? Contact CLA Career Services, which administers these classes.