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How Do I Enroll in SOC 398/498?
Students will be enrolled in Sociology 398 once they have submitted a succesful application and it is approved by the director. Students will be copied on the request for enrollment email after approval is granted. No further action is required on the part of the student.
Who Do I Contact About the Internship Program?
Please contact one of the following people regarding the Sociology Internship Program:
Dr. Tracey Lewis-Elligan
Internship Director-Department of Sociology
Email: email@example.comMonqiue BillingsUndergraduate Advisor-Department of Sociology
What Kind of Internship Can I Participate In?
The Department of Sociology supports a wide variety of internship opportunities in various concentrations
and fields. Students should be pursuing internships in their desired areas of study. To view a complied list of suggested employers that previous students have interned with in the past, click here
. Students may also find internships listed with the University's, DePaul Handshake Page
. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Internship Program Director.
When Is SOC 398 Offered?
SOC 398 is offered every quarter. Please check the university schedule by visiting Campus Connect.
Please note classes may take the form of online or in-person. Be sure to check the schedule.
When Should I Begin Looking For An Internship?
Students typically begin their internship search at least one quarter before they intend to enroll in SOC 398 or SOC 498. Students must have the internship secured and approved before they are enrolled in the course—please make sure to leave plenty of time to complete the process.
What Happens if I Cannot Complete My Internship?
Students may not be able to complete an internship due to various reasons. If this situation arises, students should contact the Internship Director to discuss any/all possible options available to the student.
Will My Internship Be Paid?
Compensations for internships may vary and are decided by the employer offering the internship. Many internships may be unpaid. Be sure to contact your direct supervisor to inquire about any compensation questions.