Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence

Practica and Internships

Practica and Internships provide undergraduate students with a means to reinforce academic coursework and expand classroom learning through practical hands-on experience in preparation for meaningful careers. Credit is given for work done outside the classroom in an environment suited to the student's major interest.

Discover what it’s really like to work in the field, occupation or profession of your dreams. An academic practicum or internship can show you what your future career might hold — while you still have time to decide if you’re on the best path.

Practical, hands-on experiences in the workplace as part of your academic courses can change your life, especially if you’re the first in your family to attend college. You’ll learn what’s expected of you as a working professional while you immerse yourself in the excitement of your chosen field. What could be better?

Check the AMC catalog for courses from these departments that offer practica and internships:

  • Business Administration and Management
  • Communications
  • English
  • History and Political Science
  • Philosophy and Religion
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Biology and Physical Sciences
  • Inter-departmental

More about Practica and Internships

Discover what’s involved in practica and internships, and learn more about eligibility, credit hours, securing a site and important dates.

For all practicum and internship questions, contact:

Melissa DeLucia
Director of Experiential Learning and the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
Rosary Hall, Room 34
203-752-3063 voice
203-672-6669 fax
mdelucia@albertus.edu

For résumé approval, contact:

Career Services
Campus Center, Room 107
203-773-6989 voice
203-773-8984 fax
careercenter@albertus.edu