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Nov 16, 2016 by Michael Weeks (mwweeks)
HIST 3095 : Internship
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:03:00 GMT
Sun, 06 Nov 2016 19:17:28 GMT
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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students with the approval of a departmental faculty member
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Study of history through internships in museums, libraries, the U.S. Congress, or other appropriate institutions and agencies.
By the end of the semester, each student should be able to:
• Comprehend and be able to explain the role of the institution or entity in which the internship is performed and the historical significance of that role;
• Master a body of historical literature agreed upon between the student and his or her Academic Supervisor;
• Articulate in one to three papers reasoned positions on historical topics agreed upon by the student and the Academic Supervisor; and
• Write historical papers more clearly and effectively, displaying the ability to analyze material critically, to use proper grammar and syntax, and to provide citations in the Chicago Manual footnote-bibliography system.
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F16 - 3095 - Internship amendment.pdf
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
SEAS - Humanities Electives
This amends the current internship so that a student make take a second one for credit.
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