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International Studies 399

INTLSTD 399: Learning From Experience: International Studies Undergraduate Internship

The INTLSTD 399 course is designed for students interested in experiential learning. An international internship experience provides International Studies students with the opportunity to explore career interests while integrating practical experience gained in their field with classroom knowledge. Such learning requires two components. First, engaging in an international internship and, second, evaluating the experiences from that internship to draw out the lessons learned. In the course, students will focus on evaluating their experiences under faculty supervision. Students will critically assess the lessons learned from the internship to arrive at a broader understanding of their career aspirations and the role of their education in helping them achieve those goals. Please email Anthony Marcum, PhD at with any questions. 


The course is open to International Studies majors and minors with junior standing. In addition, INTLSTD 170: Network Your Way to an International Internship and Career is recommended prior to taking INTLSTD 399. Please email Anthony Marcum, PhD, at with any questions.